All kids in Owatonna up to age 18 are able to get free breakfast and lunch meal bundles this summer. The Owatonna Public Schools Nutrition Services Department announces the offering will begin June 7 and run through August 13. No need to sign up. Just show up at one of four locations during the scheduled times.

Meal bundles for multiple days will be available twice a week and are intended to cover a Monday through Friday period. There is no charge for students' meals. Adults can but a package for $7 and they ask for exact change if doing so. Print the list of locations and the schedule below or this flyer from the district.

The service will be offered Mondays and Wednesdays only. Two meal sets come with the Monday pickup and three with the Wednesday pickup. The one exception to that schedule is no meal pickup on Monday, July 5. That will shift to Tuesday, July 6.

  • Owatonna Public Library parking lot, 105 North Elm, 12 - 12:30 pm
  • Wilson Elementary Door #1, 325 Meadow Lane, 12 - 1 pm
  • Owatonna Middle School Door #13, 500 15th St NE, 12 - 1 pm
  • Lincoln Elementary Door #1, 747 Havana Road, 12:30 - 1 pm

If you have questions, contact nutrition services at 507-444-8616.

The school district recently held a groundbreaking for the new high school, which is scheduled to open in the fall on 2023. Community dignitaries, chamber of commerce members and even future graduates on the new school moved a few shovelfuls of dirt that day. The bigger equipment has taken over since then.

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