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Nutrition Services


Goddard Public Schools is offering
Free 7-Day Lunch Kits this Summer!
Any child ages 1-18 can pick up 7-Day Lunch Kits
at one of these locations;

Discovery Intermediate, 301 S. Main, Goddard, KS
Eisenhower High School, 1230 S. 167th St. West, Goddard, KS 

from 5:00-6:00pm, Thursdays June 10, 17, 24, & July 1, 2021
Child must be present to pick up Lunch Kits. 
Families do not have to complete an appication. 

Click Here to complete a short form to let us know how many Lunch Kits to prepare for your family. 

Students who are attending CHAMPS Camp at Apollo Elementary are not eligible to receive the 7-Day Lunch Kits, because these students have access to free meals at CHAMPS Camp. 

  • USDA covers the cost of the meals for ALL CHILDREN. You are not taking meals away from someone who might need it more. 
  • Every meal that is served helps your local food service program financially, and keeps local food service staff employed. 
  • Free Lunch Kits help extend families on food budgets, and can save time on meal preparation. 
  • Some food items are ready to eat, and some are ready to cook throughout the week. 

If you would like to apply to have school enrollment fees waived, you must complete the Free & Reduced Price Meal Application and the Enrollment Fee Waiver. 

Click Here to print the Free & Reduced Price Meal Application and the Enrollment Fee Waiver. 

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Nutrition Services

Enjoy your summer!


Christine Maxwell

Toby Klein
Assistant Director

Contact Us

P: (316) 794-4000
​F: (316) 794-2222


7:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m.

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