Public Schools: Home Office: Food Services
St. HOPE contracts with Chartwells to provide fresh, delicious and nutritious meals our scholars love. Our schools are participating in the Community Eligibility Provision for the 2019-2020 school year, which means we are able to provide students with healthy breakfasts and lunches each day at no charge.
Every student enrolled at St. HOPE Public School 7 and Sacramento Charter High School is eligible to receive one free breakfast and one free lunch each school day they are in attendance during designated meal times. There is no need for families to apply for this program. Every enrolled student qualifies.
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All kids 18 and younger eat free during the summer! Join us for breakfast (7:30-8:30) and lunch (11:30- 12:30) Monday through Friday mid-June through the end of July at the Sac High campus located at 2315 34th Street, Sacramento, CA 95817. We will be closed July 4th.
Note: Our site serves all kids ages 18 and younger, but because our most common attendees are in grades 9-12, we have obtained a waiver from the California Department of Education to serve a 9-12 menu and portion sizes, even to kids in younger grades.
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