Kids eat free this summer
SCUSD’s Summer Food Service program is serving breakfast and lunch to anyone 18 or younger at 47 sites

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School cafeterias may be closed this summer, but children and teens can still get nutritious breakfasts and lunches at no charge throughout the Sacramento City Unified School District beginning June 26.

Find summer lunches at the following locations or by texting FOOD or COMIDA to 877-877 or call 211 for a location near you. 

Kids eat free this summer

SCUSD Locations

  • A.M. Winn Public Waldorf School
  • Abraham Lincoln Elementary School
  • Albert Einstein Middle School
  • American Legion High School 
  • Bowling Green Elementary School
  • Boys’ and Girls’ Club (5212 Lemon Hill)
  • Bret Harte Elementary School
  • California Middle School
  • Caroline Wenzel Elementary School
  • City Hall (915 I Street)
  • Earl Warren Elementary School
  • Elder Creek Elementary School
  • Ethel I. Baker Elementary School
  • Fern Bacon Middle School 
  • SCUSD Enrollment Center (5601 47th Ave)
  • Golden Empire Elementary School
  • Health Professions High School
  • H.W. Harkness Elementary School
  • Hiram Johnson High School
  • Isador Cohen Elementary School
  • John Bidwell Elementary School
  • John Sloat Elementary School
  • John F. Kennedy High School
  • John Still Elementary School
  • Leataata Floyd Elementary School
  • Luther Burbank High School
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. K-8 School
  • Nicholas Elementary School
  • Parkway Elementary School
  • Peter Burnett Elementary School
  • Rosa Parks K-8 School
  • Rosemont High School
  • Sam Brannan Middle School
  • Tahoe Elementary School
  • Will C. Wood Middle School
  • Willam Land Elementary School

During the school year, SCUSD’s Nutrition Services serves more than 50,000 meals a day in school cafeterias throughout the city. Many students eat for free:  about two-thirds of SCUSD’s 47,000 students qualify for a free- or reduced-price meal through the federal school lunch program. 

The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) benefits all children in accordance with federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) policy. All meals must meet the USDA minimum meal guidelines. Meals must follow a specified plan that includes milk, fruits, vegetables or juice, whole grain products and meat or meat alternative. 

Summer Food Service is a federally-funded program and SCUSD’s costs are reimbursed by the federal government.