Summer Meal Program
The WISD Student Nutrition Department would like to thank you for your participation in the Global High curbside meal program! As the 20-21 school year comes to a close the GHS curbside program will also conclude. Program service will end on May 18th, 2021.
As this school year ends our FREE Summer Meal Program begins!
The summer meal program will be located at Wedgeworth Elementary at 405 Solon Road. Healthy breakfast & lunch meals will be available, at no cost, to all children ages 1-18. All meals will be served inside the Wedgeworth Elementary Cafeteria.
Please join us for free summer meals!
June 7th through June 30th
Monday through Thursday - no Friday service
FREE Breakfast 8-9 am
FREE Lunch Noon - 1 pm
Questions? Call (972) 923-4630.
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