GREAT FALLS – Getting students fed is a priority at Great Falls Public Schools. That’s why they put together a food program that serves breakfast.
The program is administered by the USDA.
The program which is currently in 17 out of the 21 schools in the district, serves between 2,000-3,000 breakfast meals a day.
For just a $1.55 your kid can get a full breakfast. It changes every day but Thursday’s meal was yogurt, Scooby snacks, apple sauce, milk, and juice.
A student can also qualify for free or reduced breakfast.
If you wish to sign your student up, you can contact their school.
Reporting by Elizabeth Transue for MTN News