UPDATE: Food Boxes Will Contain 14 Meals; Fill out these Forms before Picking up your Boxes this Summer; Starts next week [English and Spanish]

As earlier reported, the Weekly Meal Distribution, which will begin on Wednesday, July 13, 2022 and end on Wednesday, August 31, 2022 (unless the Federal/State Waiver is extended). 

Eligibility:  Children from 0-18 years of age.

Special needs students, who have not yet graduated, up to 21 years of age.

Children who attend a summer school/program and/or summer camp and receive breakfast and lunch are not eligible for a meal box, as each child may only receive one breakfast and one lunch daily.

Meal Distribution will begin at 4:00 p.mand end at 7:00 p.m., or until supplies run out, at the following two locations:

  • Lakewood Middle School
  • Clifton Avenue Grade School

Meal boxes include one breakfast and one lunch for 7 days for each eligible child, for a total of 14 meals per week.

The Attached form must be completed prior to receiving a meal box.

Please feel free to print the form prior to your arrival, or as you wait in line.

The form will help you figure out how many meals you get per family, and will assist in helping the line move faster!

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  1. Imas online are vocal about claiming meals even though their children are getting lunch at camp. I don’t understand this attitude or their willingness to admit to their own dishonesty. Some of them are almost bragging. I’m tired of the excuse that it’s expensive to be a Jew, while avoiding rules and regulations.

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