Mom and daughter walking together toward the work and kindergarten

Schools Out for Summer!

The end of this year’s school year has been like no other. It’s (finally) time to plan for summer. if your school has been providing meals they will continue to do so throughout the summer. To find out more, go to your local public school website to find where and when to pick up meals. Schools and food service directors have been working non-stop to provide healthy and delicious meals for their students. If you have one child who attends the participating school every child under the age of 18 qualifies for meals. To find out where or if your area is participating check out this website:

child in front of a chalk board that says "stay home"
child with food from a grab and go meal program

Now that summer is here let’s go to the library. Currently, libraries are open for curbside pickup; however, they have lots of ‘resources’ (games) on their websites and many have virtual activities too! Find out more about libraries in Massachusetts here:

children walking out of a school

What else happens when the school year ends? Strawberries are ready! Want to go pick some? There are plenty of places to pick your own strawberries. Find out more here:

What are you going to do with all those strawberries? Try one of the recipes below. What a delicious way to welcome summer!

Start your day deliciously with Whole Grain Strawberry Pancakes:

And how about an amazing and refreshing salad:

Or, for a light dessert:

Let’s not forget about getting outside and moving our bodies. It’s always a good time to visit one of Massachusetts beautiful parks:

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