Montezuma School District offers free meals to local youth during the summer – The Journal

The free summer meals can be picked up at Kemper Elementary School every Monday in June and four Mondays in July. (Journal file photo)

There are no costs associated with registering for the program

Beginning June 3, Montezuma-Cortez School District Nutrition Services will provide free summer meals to children who live in the district and need meals during the summer.

The first meal will be distributed on Monday, June 3 from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m

“Free summer meals will be available when school is out,” the district said in an announcement.

There is no fee or registration to participate, and the free meals are open to all local youth under the age of 18.

The pick-up location for the meals is Kemper Elementary School, 620 E. Montezuma Ave. Every Monday in June and four Mondays in July, parents or guardians can pick up four breakfasts and four lunches for the children who are enrolled.

Those who would like to register their child for the free meals can complete a short survey created by Montezuma-Cortez School District Nutrition Services online at

For more information, call Sandi Vanhoutean at (970) 565-5157.

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