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Learning does not end when school lets out. Neither does the need for good nutrition.




                                                            Click below to locate summer meals in Frederick, Maryland

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*ALL children 18 years old and younger. Children do NOT have to be enrolled in a Frederick County public school to participate.

*Adults older than 18 enrolled in an educational program for persons with disabilities


FREE breakfast and lunch


June 24-August 21, 2019, Mondays-Thursdays** at schools listed below

                    8:30-9 a.m. Breakfast            11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Lunch

June 24-August 20, 2019, Tuesdays and Thursdays** at C. Burr Artz Library

                    11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Lunch only.

*Closed Thursday, July 4. Open July 1, 2, 3 and open Friday, July 5


Cafeterias at the following schools and the children’s section at the C. Burr Artz Library:

Frederick High
650 Carroll Parkway
Frederick, MD 21701

Lincoln Elementary
200 Madison Street
Frederick, MD 21701

Waverley Elementary
201 Waverley Drive
Frederick, MD 21702

Gov. Thomas Johnson Middle
1799 Schifferstadt Blvd
Frederick, MD 21701

Monocacy Middle
8009 Opossumtown Pike
Frederick, MD 21702

Whittier Elementary
2400 Whittier Drive
Frederick, MD 21702

Hillcrest Elementary
1285 Hillcrest Drive
Frederick, MD 21703

North Frederick Elementary
1010 Fairview Avenue
Frederick, MD 21701

C. Burr Artz Library
110 E. Patrick Street
Frederick, MD 21701

                                      QUESTIONS? Contact FCPS Food & Nutrition Services: 301-644-5061


Good nutrition is essential for learning in school. Continuing healthy eating habits is also important during the long hot summer months. Eating nutritious foods helps ensure students retain their hard learned knowledge… and to help them to keep right on learning throughout the summer. For many of these children, summer vacation can bring the temptation of eating empty calorie snacks and foods that are high in sugar, fats and sodium. And for many others, summer exposes students to an increased risk of hunger and developmental decline. Make seasonal fruits and vegetables a high priority for your snacks, meals and anytime.

Summertime is a time to play hard...but it is also a time to remember to eat right. Make sure good nutrition remains a priority all summer long, and students will return to school in the Fall healthy, sharp and ready to learn.