Summer Meals Program

  • The Coeur d'Alene School District has sponsored the Summer Meals Program for kids each summer since 1989.

    Children ages 1-18 years may attend any summer meals location to receive a meal at no charge between June 12 and August 16, 2019. There are no income requirements; the program is available to all children that attend. Adults may also purchase a breakfast meal for $2.50 or a lunch meal for $3.85. See locations, times and menus listed below. 

2019 Summer Meals Sites and Serving Times

  • Location

    Breakfast

    Lunch

    Bryan Elementary [820 Harrison Ave., CdA]

    Open B & L Mon-Fri June 12-Aug 16

    8:00-9:00

     11:00-12:30

    Ramsey Elementary [1351 W. Kathleen, CdA]

    Open B & L Mon-Fri June 12-Aug 16

     8:00-9:00

    11:00-12:30

    Skyway Elementary [6621 Courcelles Parkway, CdA]

    Open B & L Mon-Fri June 12-Aug 16

     8:00-9:00

     11:00-12:30

    Fernan Elementary [520 N 21st Ave., CdA]

    Open Mon - Thurs in June B & L

    Only open lunch Monday & Friday in July

    Closed in August

     8:00-9:00

     11:00-12:30

Summer Meals Menus

Summer Meals Information

  • Who is served by the summer meals program?

    • All children 1 - 18 years are eligible. There is no registration or fee. Children may come all or any days they wish.
    • Parents are encouraged to come with their children. Adult meals are available for purchase.  Adult breakfast meals are $2.50 and adult lunch meals are $3.85. Parents may bring their own meal, but cannot eat any of their child's meal. 
    • The meal must be eaten at the site and be finished within 15 minutes of the final serving time.

    Who pays for it?

    The Summer Meals Program is a federally funded child nutrition program that feeds children nutritious meals during the summertime when school is out and children don't have access to school meals. It was created to ensure that children in low-income areas could continue to receive nutritious meals during long school vacations. Funding for the Summer Meals Program is provided with federal dollars and is sufficient to meet expenses related to sponsorship of the program. 

    What is the purpose of the program?

    Clearly, the nutritional needs of large numbers of children who depend on school lunch meals during the school year are not being met in the summer. Good nutrition is essential for learning, growth and good health.

    This institution is an equal opportunity provider