FREE Summer Food Program
Oak Harbor Public Schools will host the sixth annual Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) beginning Monday, June 28. The nation-wide program is designed to serve FREE meals to ALL children 18 years and under during the summer season. This year, our nutrition service department estimates over 12,000 FREE lunches will be served to the Oak Harbor community. Breakfast will be included with the daily lunch.
The FREE program is available Monday-Friday and runs through Friday, August 20. Lunch is typically served at 11 a.m. and has the required five USDA components, which are milk, fruit, vegetable, meat, and bread. A breakfast meal will be included with lunch every day. Meals are served for roughly 30 minutes and do not need to be eaten on-site.
All families are encouraged to participate in this program, NO SIGN-UP or REGISTRATION is required. The USDA estimates over 200 million lunches will be served across the country this summer. Any questions about the program should be sent to Melissa Miller. We also need volunteers! If you're interested in volunteering, please contact Ms. Miller directly at 541.233.9064.
USDA Quick Facts