By Nick Sestanovich
With children often depending on their schools as the primary source for healthy meals, the Vacaville Unified School District’s nutrition department will be working to ensure that students continue to have access to such meals when school is out for the summer. The district will once again be offering its Seamless Summer Feeding Program at four sites in Vacaville this summer.
The program, done in conjunction with the California Department of Education and U.S. Department of Agriculture, aims to bridge the hunger gap that students often face in the summer, according to a VUSD news release. Children ages 18 and under will be able to receive free meals Mondays through Fridays at the following locations, times and dates: