Click HERE to view or download list of DCPS summer feeding locations and serving times. NOTE: This list is currently in progress - additional sites to be added.
Click HERE to view daily menu of lunches, breakfasts and snack items to be served weekdays May 29-Aug. 3 (no meals on July 4).
Daviess County Public Schools is participating in the federally funded Summer Food Service Program, which allows DCPS to continue its mission of providing nutritious meals to children during the summer months when school is not in session.
All children are invited to participate and each will be served the same meal at no charge regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, or handicap.
As a new feature offering convenience in accessing information, summer feeding menus, nutrition information, site locations and meal serving times can be found at schools.mealviewer.com (enter “Daviess County” in the search box to view all locations).
Summer feeding sites are open to all children and youth age 18 and younger. The sites and times are subject to change; for current information, participants should call the specific sites.
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