Tulsa Public Schools announced dates for their Summer Café program to help feed students during the summer months.
TPS said during the school year, 85 percent of students are reliant upon free and reduced price meals. The TPS Child Nutrition Services is a sponsor for the Summer Food Service Program to help those students during the summer.
The Summer Food Service Program for children is a federally-funded program operated nationally by the United States Department of Agriculture.
TPS will operate the Summer Café program at 65 sites this year from June 3-July 26. Free meals will be served to all children 18 years of age or younger at any approved meal site.
Lunch only or lunch and breakfast options will be served at various times at the different sites.
In 2012, the Summer Café program served 81,690 breakfasts and 121,201 lunches in the Tulsa community.
A list of sites and the hours and dates is on the TPS Website.