Thanks to the USDA Summer Food Service Program for Children, the Peoria Unified School District will provide breakfast and lunch curbside free to any child this summer, age 18 and under.
Lunch and breakfast will be served at 12 school sites and a snack and dinner will be available at the Peoria Community Center, located at 8335 W. Jefferson Street.
Meals are available for curbside pick-up by car or walk-up. Children must be present or student identification must be presented. Children do not have to be enrolled in the Peoria Unified School District to participate.
Meals for those 19 years or older will cost $1.75 for breakfast and $3.75 for lunch and dinner. Meals are not available on July 5 due to the Fourth of July holiday.
According to Peoria Unified, all breakfast dishes will include a milk, juice, fruit, choice of cereal, or other entrée.
For children and adults who are vegetarian, daily vegetarian options include: peanut butter and jelly sandwiches, assorted bread plate, a bagel or muffin lunch box, a cheese curd protein plate, and more.
Menus are available at peoriaunified.org/breakfastandlunch.