NewsEducation / October 14, 2019

IPS Feeding Students For Free During Fall Break

IPS Feeding Students For Free During Fall BreakIndianapolis Public Schools will provide meals for all students this week during fall break. Indianapolis Public Schools2019-10-14T00:00:00-04:00
IPS Feeding Students For Free During Fall Break

IPS is giving breakfast and lunches at seven locations throughout the city. The district’s mobile cafe will be serving breakfast at the Martin Luther King Community Center.

Photo provided by Carrie Cline Black

Indianapolis Public Schools will provide meals for all students this week during fall break.

IPS is giving breakfast and lunches at seven locations throughout the city. The district’s mobile cafe will be serving breakfast at the Martin Luther King Community Center.

Meals are available at some locations through Friday.

Students don’t need to prove that they qualify for free meals, based on family income. Anyone under the age of 18 can eat for free. ]More than 80 percent of distric students qualify for free or reduced  price meals at school. Qualification is based on federal income standards for families.

IPS served more than 41,000 students free breakfasts and lunches this past summer.

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