CA School News Report

Azusa Unified to Offer Free Meals to Children During Summer Months

Azusa, CA – In an effort to ensure children have access to healthy meals when school is not in session, Azusa Unified School District will offer free lunches this summer to children ages 18 and under as part of the federally funded Summer Food Service program. Meals are available to any child residing within Azusa Unified boundaries; participants do not have to be Azusa Unified students.

Lunches will be served from noon to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at the following locations:

  • Elementary and middle school sites: June 12 to July 7
  • Gladstone High School: June 12 to July 14

Students enrolled in the district’s summer school program are asked to check with their school sites for specific lunch serving times. Community feeding will also be available from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at Memorial Park and Azusa Public Library from June 12 to July 28. All locations will be closed on July 4th.

Gladstone Street Elementary School
1040 E. Gladstone St., Azusa

Foothill Middle School
151 N. Fenimore Ave., Azusa

Mt. View Elementary School
201 N. Vernon Ave., Azusa

Gladstone High School
1340 N. Enid Ave., Covina

Valleydale Elementary School
700 S. Lark Ellen Ave., Azusa

Memorial Park
340 N. Orange Place, Azusa

Victor Hodge Elementary School
700 W. Eleventh St., Azusa

Azusa Public Library
729 N. Dalton Ave., Azusa

“Ensuring that students in our community have every opportunity to thrive is a year-round commitment,” said Azusa Unified Superintendent Dr. Linda Kaminski. “We are dedicated to providing our children access to healthy, balanced meals so that they can continue their educational and personal growth throughout the summer and be well prepared to enter the upcoming school year.”

This institution is an equal opportunity provider. For more information, call 626-732-8057.