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Summer Meals Public School Sites in New Haven. If anyone is aware of a similar list for other towns please post so we can circulate it. No children need be going hungry.


These sites are open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 11 a.m.

Barnard School - 170 Derby Avenue
Beecher School - 100 Jewell Street
Benjamin Jepson - 15 Lexington Avenue
Betsy Ross - 150 Kimberly Avenue
Bishop Woods - 1481 Quinnipiac Avenue
Katherine Brennan - 200 Wilmont Road
Clinton School - 293 Clinton Avenue
Columbus School - 255 Blatchley Street
Fair Haven School - 164 Grand Avenue
Hooker Middle School - 691 Whitney Avenue
High School in the Community - 175 Water Street
James Hillhouse High School - 480 Sherman Parkway
John Daniels School - 569 Congress Avenue
John Martinez School - 100 James Street
King Robinson School - 150 Fournier Street
Lincoln Bassett School - 130 Bassett Street
Mauro Sheridan School - 191 Fountain Street
Nathan Hale School - 480 Townsend Avenue
Roberto Clemente School - 360 Columbus Avenue
Sound School - 60 South Water Street
Strong School - 130 Orchard Street
Troup School - 259 Edgewood Avenue
Truman - 114 Truman Street
West Rock Academy - 311 Valley Street
Wexler Grant - 55 Foote Street
Wilbur Cross - 181 Mitchell Drive

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