Davenport Schools is bringing back a program to make sure kids in the school district get food this summer. The Summer Food Program is coming back and we have all the details to know when you kid can get breakfast and/or lunch if they are in the Davenport school districts.

On Wednesday, officials from the Davenport Community School district announced that their Summer Food Program is returning again for the summer. The Summer Food Program is designed to give out free breakfast and lunch to kids 18-years-old and younger for free.

The Summer Food Program begins on Monday, June 21st and ends on Friday, August 6th. No food will be handed out on Monday, July 5th.

Davenport Community Schools has several locations to collect breakfast and/or lunch. See the chart below to know when, where and what you can get at these locations.

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Fairmount Branch LibraryBreakfast and Lunch Bags12:40 - 1:053000 N. Fairmount Street
Sr. Concetta ParkLunch12:15 -12:356th & Warren Street
Progressive Baptist ChurchBreakfast8:30 - 8:501302 E. 12th Street
Lunch11:40 - 12:00
Wood IntermediateBreakfast and Lunch Bags11:00- 12:305701 N. Division Street
Sudlow IntermediateBreakfast and Lunch Bags11:00- 12:303414 E. Locust Street
J.B. Young Comm. CenterBreakfast and Lunch Bags11:00- 12:301702 N. Main Street
Buffalo ElementaryBreakfast and Lunch Bags11:00- 12:301000 Jefferson, Buffalo IA
Smart IntermediateBreakfast and Lunch Bags11:00- 12:301934 W. 5th Street
YMCA BittnerBreakfast8:30 - 8:50630 E. 4th Street
Lunch11:40 - 12:00
YMCA NorthLunch12:40 - 1:00624 W. 53rd Street
Buchanan ElementaryBreakfast and Lunch Bags12:00 - 12:204515 N. Fairmont
Central High SchoolLunch11:30 - 12:301120 Main Street
Hayes Elementary**Breakfast7:20 - 8:00622 S. Concord
Lunch11:30 - 12:30
Jefferson Elementary**Breakfast7:20 - 8:001027 Marquette Street
Lunch11:30 - 12:30
Madison Elementary**Breakfast7:20 - 8:00116 E. Locust Street
Lunch11:30 - 12:30
Trinity LutheranLunch11:30 - 12:301122 W. Central Park
Wilson ElementaryLunch11:30 - 12:302002 N. Clark Street

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