Summer Food Program

Come join us at Lytle High School Cafeteria for Breakfast and Lunch

All Children 1 Year to 18 Years Eat FREE

You do not have to live in Lytle to participate

Monday-Friday through June 27th

Breakfast from 7:30am to 8am

Lunch from 11:30am to 12:30pm

For More Info Call Amie Carrillo  830-709-5100 EXT. 4400

The Summer Nutrition Programs provide nutritious meals at no charge to all children age 18 and younger at participating feeding sites. To participate, just show up. You don't need to register or get meal tickets and no one will ask for proof of income or age.

Children need good food all year long, even when they're not in school. Your children get the food they need to fuel up for summer fun so they can learn, play, and grow when they are not in school.

Send an email to if you know of a group that would like to participate and any special dates where there may be a group coming. It is hard to plan on the number of children participating each day and a heads up count would help. We will never turn a child away they will always receive a hot meal.

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Posted on June 4, 2018 and filed under Primary, Junior High, Elementary, Events, Announcements, High School.