New program will feed kids through the summer at Culver Community Schools

CULVER, Ind. -- With the school year ending, Culver Community Schools wants to ease a burden for families in the district over the break. 

Culver Schools serve over 900 students across four counties, many of which rely on the free or reduced lunch program. 

The school provides on-site meals each summer, but the recent purchase of a food tray sealing machine will allow food to be picked up from school, saved and reheated later. 

Kitchen staff say they’ll prepare five breakfasts and five lunches at the elementary school for the kids to last them through the week. 

With so many already benefitting from the on-site meals, the school hopes this new option will be helpful to families who might not live as close. 

Culver Elementary School is hoping to see success as it rolls out this program for the first time this summer. 

To learn more about resources offered over the summer break by the Culver Community School Corporation, visit its website. 

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