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Kids Eat Free! Summer Meal Program Information

Salads being prepared by school nutrition staff.

Summer Meals Program

School may be out for summer but that doesn't mean our School Nutrition staff are taking a vacation. The dedicated staff of our School Nutrition department work tirelessly during the summer months to ensure the children of Baldwin County have access to quality food and nutrition even when school isn't in session. Last year, the Baldwin County School District was able to serve almost 40,000 meals during the summer months alone.

The Summer Meals program is designed that families of children under 18 years old can find a location close to them where summer meals are delivered or they can locate the closest mobile stop to enjoy a meal in our Baldwin Bus Stop Cafe!

Summer Meal Delivery Sites

June 3rd - July 18th

Closed July 4th & 5th

Excludes Weekends

Baldwin High School’s Cafeteria

155 HWY. 49 W. Milledgeville, GA 31061

Breakfast 7:30am- 9:00am Lunch 11:00am - 1:00pm

For Additional Information Please Contact:

Susan Nelson

Director of School Nutrition


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