Monday (June 14) marks the beginning of the Logan School District’s free Summer Food Service Program.Paul Guymon is the Child Nutrition Manager for the Logan District.”We have done this program in the Logan School District for the last eight years,” said Guymon. “It is funded by the federal government to help children fight hunger.”Last year we averaged about 500 children a day.”Lunch will also be available to adults for a slight charge.”We do have to charge for adult meals at $2.75 and many do come and eat with their kids. Anybody can eat free, ages 1-18.”We run this summer lunch program at the same time we run our summer school program because then we can feed the kids that are at summer school and a good chunk of those who eat lunch are enrolled in summer school.”The free lunches will be available at Logan High School, 162 West 100 South, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Monday through Thursday from June 14 to July 22.
Free News Delivery by Email
Would you like to have the day's news stories delivered right to your inbox every evening? Enter your email below to start!