Drive-Through Food Service Program
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Who funds these meals? Mooresville Schools’ food service department sponsors and operates the feeding sites locally. We have applied for a waiver to operate the USDA summer food service program during an emergency closure. We will receive reimbursedment from the USDA.
What are summer meals programs? Summer meals programs are federal child nutrition programs funded by the USDA and designed to provide kids and teens ages 18 and under healthy meals when school is out.
What are the requirements for my child or teen to receive a meal? Do I have to fill out an application form? There is no application necessary to receive a meal and you do not have to show proof of income. Kids and teens ages 18 and younger can just show up at a summer meal site during the site’s hours of operation.
Are meals available at all schools in the district? The meals will only be available at Mooresville High School and Neil Armstrong Elementary.
Can the meal be taken home? Yes. The meals will be given in a togo bag to be taken home.
What kind of food is served at these sites? The meals served are healthy and meet USDA guidelines. A typical lunch, for example, will include a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, milk, an apple and carrot sticks.
What can I do to help? You can share information about free meals with your friends, neighbors and family members.
Is there a cost? No. All summer meals offered through the USDA’s programs are FREE to all kids and teens ages 18 and younger.
Can parents or guardians take part in this free food service program? No. Unfortunately, this program is designed to provide meals for kids who would normally be in school.
Have other questions? Look at www.mooresvilleschools.org for more information or, please contact the Mooresville Schools Food Service department at: email@example.com or 1-317-831-0950 ext. 2014. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.