Flyer for free meal/food truck announcement 22-23 year.

Fredericksburg City Public Schools will continue to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students for the 2022-2023 school year. According to Chief Financial Officer Jennifer Brody, “We qualify for division-wide CEP (Community Eligibility Provision), so we will continue to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students.”

The federal waiver that made school breakfasts and lunches free to all children expired on June 30, 2020; however, our students will not experience any disruption in access to nutritional meals during the school year. Students will return to school on Monday, August 8, 2022.

Since 2014, the School Nutrition Department of Fredericksburg City Schools has been providing meals to our students during the summer break. This year, the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) saw expansion with the development of Mobile Feeding Truck #4.

The program is designed to be an extension of the School Nutrition Program that operates during the school year. Food Services Director Brian Kiernan says, “We offer six meal options daily to include hot, cold, vegetarian and gluten free. Fresh fruits and vegetables are offered daily, along with a breakfast option for the following morning.”

There are 17 locations with 25 specific meal distribution stops within those locations that Food Services reach each day. The team will have served approximately 55,000 meals during the summer serving months of June and July 2022.

To view the official press release of this text, or a flier containing the stop locations of the food truck, click the corresponding button below.

Press Release Doc

Food Truck Stops