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Pocatello/Chubbuck SD 25 2024 Summer Food Service Program Menu June 3rd – August 2nd Lunch served from 11:30AM – 12:30PM weekdays Locations Served: Alameda Park, Caldwell Park, OK Ward Park, Raymond Park, Lower Ross Park, Stuart Park, and Syringa Elementary School (cafeteria) Kids Eat Free! Adults just $5.00  Meals must be eaten on location No services provided July 4th or July 5th  This institution is an equal opportunity provider  SD25 Food Services is hiring for Fall - Permanent and Sub posit

Pocatello/Chubbuck SD 25
2024 Summer Food Service Program Menu

June 3rd – August 2nd
Lunch served from 11:30AM – 12:30PM weekdays

Locations Served:

  • Alameda Park,
  • Caldwell Park,
  • Lower Ross Park, 
  • OK Ward Park,
  • Raymond Park,
  • Stuart Park, and
  • Syringa Elementary School (cafeteria)

Kids Eat Free!
Adults just $5.00

Meals must be eaten on location
No services provided July 4th or July 5th

This institution is an equal opportunity provider

SD25 Food Services is hiring for Fall - Permanent and Sub positions

Monday: Pizza Rippers -OR- Uncrustable & Cheese Stick, Sliced Apples, 100% Juice Choice of Milk

Tuesday: Chicken Burger -OR- Ham & Turkey Sandwich, Sweet Mini Peppers, Pear Cups, 100% Juice Choice of Milk

Wednesday: Pretzel Dogs -OR- Uncrustable & Cheese Stick, Grape Tomatoes, 100% Juice Choice of Milk

Thursday: Cheeseburgers -OR- Ham & Turkey Sandwich, Bananas, Peach Cups, 100% Juice Choice of Milk

Friday: Grilled Cheese -OR- Uncrustable & Cheese Stick, Goldfish Crackers, Baby Carrots, 100% Juice Choice of Milk


Think Learn Be MORE TOGETHER Pocatello Chubbuck School District 25
USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider

Call for dietary restrictions 208-235-3239

Due to product availability, menu items may change.

all day
Alameda Park, Caldwell Park, OK Ward Park, Raymond Park, Stuart Park, Lower Ross Park, Syringa Elementary School Cafeteria
all day
Alameda Park, Caldwell Park, OK Ward Park, Raymond Park, Stuart Park, Lower Ross Park, Syringa Elementary School Cafeteria

**Call for dietary restrictions 208-235-3239.  This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

Summer Food Service Program FAQs

Questions Answers
Why do Food Service Employees have to check contents of every lunch bag?

Food Service Employees must look in each lunch bag to make sure the following meal requirements are met:

  • Free meals are only available to children 18 years and younger if they have a reimbursable meal as defined by the USDA program, verified by the Food Service Employee.
  • If there are not enough meal components, the items must be purchased a la carte and the Food Service Employee will need to calculate the dollar amount needed.
  • Each child is allowed one (1) of each item. If you want more of a certain item, it must be purchased a la carte; the total calculated by the Food Service Employee.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

What is the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP)? Just as learning does not end when school lets out, neither does a child's need for good nutrition. The Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, throughout the summer months when they are out of school. Good nutrition is essential for learning in school. SFSP provides an opportunity to continue a child's physical and social development while providing nutritious meals during long vacation periods from school. It helps children return to school ready to learn.

All children 18 and younger may receive free meals through SFSP, regardless of income. Meals are also available to persons with disabilities, over age 18, who participate in school programs for people who are mentally or physically disabled.
How long as the SFSP been in existence? SFSP was first created as part of a larger pilot program in 1968. It became a separate program in 1975. More than 142.1 million meals were served across the United States in the summer of 2019.

The Pocatello/Chubbuck School District has operated a successful Summer Food Service Program for 23 years, serving over 2.1 million meals, since 2001.​
Is there a menu? Links to the menu will be listed during the summer food program.

June 3rd - August 2nd from 11:30 A.M. - 12:30 P.M.

Meals will not be served on July 4th or 5th.

MEALS MUST BE EATEN IN THE PARK
Parks include: Alameda, Caldwell, OK Ward, Raymond, Lower Ross, Stuart Park and Syringa Elementary School (cafeteria).

Food Service Employees must look in each lunch bag to make sure the following meal requirements are met:

  • Free meals are only available to children 18 years and younger if they have a reimbursable meal as defined by the USDA program, verified by the Food Service Employee.
  • If there are not enough meal components, the items must be purchased a la carte and the Food Service Employee will need to calculate the dollar amount needed.
  • Each child is allowed one (1) of each item. If you want more of a certain item, it must be purchased a la carte; the total calculated by the Food Service Employee.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

FREE for 18 years and younger* $5.00 for Adults
PCSD 25 Food Service is hiring for Fall both Permanent and Sub positions. Apply Today!