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Kids Eat Free Summer Food Service Program

Summer 2021 Food Service
  • Sites below will provide breakfast and lunch meals to youth ages 1-18 at no cost.

  • Sites are open to students enrolled in programming and to youth in the community to access meals.

  • All meals will be provided in Grab-n-Go fashion.
Program/Service Site Locations Days/Times Dates of Operation

JSEL Program Partner Locations
(open to community)

  • Arvada K-8
  • Bear Creek K-8
  • Edgewater Elementary
  • Foothills Elementary
  • Leawood Elementary
  • Mortensen Elementary
  • Parr Elementary
  • Rose Stein International Elementary
  • Slater Elementary
  • West Jeff Elementary *

* Grab-n-Go + JSEL site

JSEL Students and Other Enrolled Students
  • Monday - Friday
  • Breakfast: 8:00am
  • Lunch:
    11:30 - 12:15pm
  • Weekend meals on Friday
Community (Youth ages 1-18)
  • Monday - Friday
  • 11:30 - 12:15pm
  • Lunch + Next Day Breakfast
  • Weekend meals on Friday

June 7th - July 16th 
(except Monday, July 5th)

Curbside, Grab-n-Go Pickup Locations
(open to community)

  • Arvada High School
  • Eiber Elementary
  • Green Mountain High School
  • Mandalay Middle School
  • Summit Ridge Middle School
  • West Jeff Elementary *
* Grab-n-Go + JSEL site

All Youth
Ages 1-18

  • Tuesday and Thursday
  • 10:30am - 1:00 pm
  • Curbside Pickup
  • 3 and 4 Day Meal Packs

June 1st - July 30th 
(Tuesdays and Thursdays)
In addition to the sites above, food service will be provided at the following sites for students enrolled in programming at the sites, but not as an open site for the community. These meals will be delivered to sites from the Central Kitchen facility.
  • Green Mountain Elementary
  • Stober Elementary
  • Van Arsdale Elementary
  • Witt Elementary
  • Adams Elementary
  • Welchester Elementary (previously an open site, but modified due to possible kitchen construction)
  • South Lakewood Elementary

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