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Food Services During Summer

Learning does not end when school lets out, and neither does the need for good nutrition!

Nutritious free meals are available for children and teens ages 0-18 at many locations across the nation throughout the summer while school is out of session.

To find meal sites near you, text “Food” to 877-877 or call 1-866-453-FOOD (3663) or visit summerfoodrocks.org. This online resource shows maps of summer food sites across the state, serving times, and local contact information.

Please see our non-discrimination information below.

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Additional Options


Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program (P-EBT)

Michigan has become the first state in the country to gain federal approval of a program that will provide nutritious food to children who were affected by school closings due to COVID-19.
 
The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer Program (P-EBT) provides temporary funding to address emergency food needs and avert financial hardship for families affected by the pandemic.
  • Families not currently receiving food assistance benefits will receive an EBT card in the mail by mid-May.
  • Those already receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits will see benefits added to their card.

Families can use your pre-loaded EBT card at any retailer that accepts SNAP EBT benefits. Visit the SNAP Retailers website for a list of retailers.

The food assistance benefits will go to Michigan families with students ages 5-18 who are enrolled in the Michigan Department of Education program for students eligible for free or reduced-price school meals prior to the unanticipated school closure.

If your school participates in the Community Eligibility Provision, all students are eligible for free meals and qualify for P-EBT benefits.

Families will see a combined benefit for March and April of $193.80 per eligible student. Benefits will be loaded to your family’s EBT card by mid-May. Additionally, the combined benefit for May and June will be $182.40 per eligible student, which will be loaded on the card at a later date.

Please know, we have all data on file and there is no need to submit a new application at this time.

For more information on the P-EBT program, visit michigan.gov. If you have any questions, please call SNAP Offices at 1-888-678-8914.
 



Texting hotline available to find the nearest Unanticipated School Closure SFSP site
  • No Kid Hungry and MDE have launched a texting hotline to let families know about emergency food distribution sites in their neighborhoods. The Meet Up and Eat Up map will continue to be active, this is another method to find sites.
  • Parents & caregivers can text the word “FOOD” or “COMIDA” to 877-877, enter in a full address or zip code to find the nearest sites.

In-session School Lunch Info

When school resumes, healthy and balanced meals will be available to all students every full day of school with our participation in the Community Eligibility Program (CEP). See below for details.

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School Meal Menu

What's for breakfast or lunch?

Online menus coming soon.

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Prices

Every full school day, we offer each student a nutritious breakfast and lunch at no cost.

Milk can be purchased without a meal for $1.00.

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Household Information Survey

Download 2020-21 Survey

If your child is enrolled this year, please print and complete our survey and return it to school.
This helps to support our supplemental programs.