The summer feeding program for Snook ISD will be July 6-August 6. Additional summer feeding sites may be located using the website or Text* FOODTX to 877-877 or call 211.
Las entregas de comidas finalizarán el jueves 21 de mayo. El programa de alimentación de verano para Snook ISD será del 6 de julio al 6 de agosto. Se pueden ubicar sitios de alimentación de verano adicionales utilizando el sitio web o envíe un mensaje de texto * FOODTX al 877-877 o llame al 211.
Elementary - $1.25
Secondary - $1.75
Adult - $2.25
Milk - $.30
Entree - $2.00
Vegetable - $.75
Fruit - $.75
Bread/Roill - $.50
Dessert - $.75
Elementary - $2.50
Secondary - $2.75
Adult - $3.50
Free and reduced meals will not change.
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