The Summer Food Program Starts June 22nd. Please follow this link for locations and times.
While schools are closed, Madison Metropolitan School District's Food & Nutrition program will be providing free meals, Monday thru Friday, to all children 18 and under. Each child will receive a grab & go lunch plus breakfast for the next day. Families do not have to qualify for Free/Reduced meals to participate in this program. Also a reminder that families can apply online at the Food & Nutrition Website for Free/Reduced Benefits if their income has changed due to recent circumstances.
Starting the week of April 27th, we have switched to a 2 week menu cycle. We have included some student favorites such as pancakes, waffles, french toast sticks, cheese pizza, hot dogs and more. These will be served to you cold with the heating instructions for you to do at home. Please check out the menu below.
Although we encourage drive thru, it is not required. Walk-ups are allowed. Meals should not be consumed on-site. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of COVID-19 by not congregating at the pick-up locations. Guidelines for Parent Pick Up Policy.
Please see the schedule below for serving times and locations. Please note, we will continue serving free breakfast and lunch meals to the sites through June 19th!!
Serving Times Locations
10:00 - 10:30 Mendota Elementary (4002 School Rd, 53704-In large parking lot)
10:15 - 10:45 Sandburg Elementary (4114 Donald Dr, Madison WI 53704)
Owl Creek Subdivision (Corner of Horned Owl & Snowy Owl Drive)
11:00 - 11:45 Lake View Elementary(1802 Tennyson La, Madison WI 53704)
Leopold Elementary (2602 Post Rd, Madison, WI 53713)
Memorial High School ( 201 S. Gammon Road, Madison, WI 53717)
Badger Rock Middle School (501 East Badger Rd, Madison, WI 53713)
12:00 - 12:45 Sherman Middle School (1610 Ruskin St, Madison, WI 53704)
Cherokee Middle School ( (4301 Cherokee Dr, Madison, WI 53711)
Boys & Girls Club Allied Drive (4619 Jenewien Rd, Fitchburg, WI 53711)
LaFollette High School (702 Pflaum Rd, Madison, WI 53716)
1:00 - 1:45 East High School ( 2222 E Washington Ave, Madison WI 53704)
Lincoln Elementary (909 Sequoia Tr, Madison, WI 53713)
Toki Middle/Orchard Ridge Elementary School (5606 Russett Rd, 53711)
Hawthorne Elementary (3344 Concord Ave, Madison WI 53714)
locations and menus are subject to change
Grab & Go Breakfast and Lunch Menus - During School Closure
Heating Instructions English & Spanish
Free & Reduced Applications - income changes due to recent circumstances
Any questions, please feel free to contact us
How to donate to the Child Nutrition Assistance Fund:
The Foundation for Madison Public Schools works closely with MMSD to ensure that all schools are meeting the needs of our students. The Child Nutrition Assistance Fund helps district families that are struggling to pay their meal account balance. If you are interested in donating to a specific school, please call Steve Youngbauer at (608)204-4000. Thank you for your generosity. Families that have received donations have been very appreciative of the support.
Food and Nutrition's Mission:
MMSD Food and Nutrition believes that good nutrition is a key to learning.
Our Food Service Operation is based upon the following beliefs:
- serving students with dignity and respect is our number one priority
- nutritionally balanced meals are offered daily
- teamwork and communication skills are essential ingredients to our daily operational performance
- maintaining fiscal integrity is vital
Students at Nuestro Mundo enjoy breakfast
with special guest Bucky Badger!
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