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Nutritious free meals are available for children and teens 18 and younger throughout the summer while schools are out.
William Penn High students plant red Russian kale to be harvested for their summer Community Supported Agriculture program.
The winners of the 2015 Healthy Lunchtime Challenge have been announced on Let’s Move’s! website.
Many USDA summer meals sites also offer physical activity and enrichment activities to keep children and teens engaged and coming back.
USDA and our partners are seeking creative ways to reduce sodium content in school meals, yet still keep students healthy and happy.
Is the food at your school fantastic? Post a photo of what your school is doing on Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Facebook or Tumblr using #farmtoschool or #realschoolfood.
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