Summer Food Service

53% of Oberlin children are eligible for free and reduced lunch. At Prospect Elementary School, 100% of students receive free and reduced lunch. Free and reduced breakfast and lunch programs are vital for reducing child food insecurity. In the summer months, children who rely on these programs face challenges finding daily meals. The Summer Food Service Program is a USDA program that provides summer lunches to children who qualify for free and reduced breakfast and lunch during the school year.

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Summer Schedule and Sites 

The Summer Food Service program will begin on June 17th and end on August 23rd. Lunches will be available at OCS from 10AM - 12PM and 1PM - 5PM Monday through Friday during that time. 

If your child is registered for a summer opportunity at Get with the Program, the Heritage Center, KinderCamp, FAVA, the High School tutoring program, Dubois Math and Soccer Camp, Playground, or Common Ground lunch will already be provided through this program. Your child is welcome to lunches at OCS in the days and weeks before their camps begin.