Text Options for the Visually Impaired Font Size: a- A+ Color: A A A Revert 
Close vision bar
Open vision bar

No Cost Summer Feeding Program

Fruit Bar

Summer Feeding Schedule

The Litchfield Elementary School District will provide breakfast, lunch, and dinner this summer at no cost to any child age 18 and under. No identification is required and students do no have to attend a Litchfield District school. Meals for guests 19 years or older will cost $2.00 for breakfast and $3.00 for lunch and dinner. This program will begin on May 29, 2018 and goes until July 21, 2018.

Meals will be provided at four sites and times as follows:

School Breakfast Lunch Dinner
Barbara Robey School
5340 N. Wigwam Creek Blvd
Litchfield Park
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 10AM
Monday - Friday
11 AM - 1PM
n/a
Corte Sierra School
3300 N. Sante Fe Trail
Avondale
Monday - Friday
8 AM - 10AM
Monday - Friday
11 AM - 1PM
n/a
Rancho Santa Fe School
2150 Rancho Santa Fe Blvd
Avondale
n/a n/a Monday - Saturday
4 PM - 6:30PM
Wigwam Creek MIddle School
4510 N. 127th Ave.
Litchfield Park
Monday - Saturday
7 AM - 10AM
Monday - Saturday
11 AM - 1PM
n/a

In addition to farm fresh foods and no cost meals, fun activities will be available for children in an interactive setting. Daily activities vary and include celebrity food servers, carnival games, costume characters, reading and story time, water play days, arts and crafts, and the nutrition Express Bus.

No Cost Summer Feeding Brochure

Questions? Please Contact 623-535-6060

 

Litchfield Elementary School District is an "A" rated District that serves more than 11,000 students in the southwest valley. With 15 schools in four cities (Avondale, Buckeye, Goodyear, and Litchfield Park), the District enjoys a stellar reputation rooted in more than one hundred years of educational excellence. As one of the largest employers in the southwest valley, Litchfield Elementary School District prides itself on award-winning teachers, low administrative costs, and strong test scores in A+ schools. The School Nutrition Association names Food Service Director David Schwake a 2017 National Food Hero.
Mr. Schwake has been with the District for 24 years.

 





Back to School News      Print News Article