Indianapolis students can eat for free at 29 IPS locations during spring break
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – IPS is providing free meals to students throughout spring break, from March 20-31.
“We are fortunate to have a superintendent who recognizes the importance of providing nutritious foods to students even when school is out,” said Dena Bond, director of the IPS Food Service Department.
“This program allows IPS students the opportunity to have delicious meals, at no charge, year-round.”
Here’s a list of the 29 locations open and the daily menu. Mini turkey corn dogs, blueberry waffles and pork chops are among the highlights.
In 2016, IPS served over 81,000 meals to children during summer, spring, fall and winter breaks.