Harford County Public Schools
Summer Meals Program
When schools is out children are still hungry, and for those children that might otherwise go without meals during the summer, the Harford County Public Schools runs the Summer Table Program. This program serves breakfast, lunch, and snacks at stationary locations throughout the county to children 18 and under, often at no charge; examples of these programs are select summer camps and the Harford Boys and Girls Clubs.
All Harford County students age 2 to 18 are eligible for Summer Meals. Children DO NOT have to be enrolled in the program serving the meals in order to receive a meal there. This is true for both the stationary sites and the mobile meals sites. Free meals are available in Edgewood, Joppa, Aberdeen, and Havre de Grace. For students living in the northern end of the county, please see information below.
For students living in the northern end of the county – Students receiving free or reduced meals in the North Harford school district may register to receive FREE monthly kid-friendly “boxes” of food in June, July, and August from Mason Dixon Community Services. Available Monday thru Thursday mornings 9 a.m. till noon at Mason-Dixon, 708 Highland Road, Street. Families must present proof of North Harford area residency and income eligibility (could be FARM award letters from previous school year). Please call 410-452-9025 for details. Click here for the brochure and application.
All Summer Meal sites will be closed Thursday, July 4th.
Want to become a Summer Table Site?
If you are interested in providing meals at your establishment through the Summer Table Program please contact the Harford County Public Schools Food and Nutrition Office at (410) 638-4078. Staff there can easily determine your group’s eligibility for the Summer Table Program.
Enroll in the free and reduced lunch program
Click on this photo for an online version of Recipes for Healthy Kids