Spring Branch ISD’s Child Nutrition Services (CNS) team is hosting the Super Summer Coloring Book Project, where children attending the food distribution at any of the participating elementary schools have the opportunity to color posters during or after picking up their healthy summer meals.
“This is a great way to engage the children,” said CNS director Michael Francis, “We introduce a new poster every week, so students look forward to the new artwork. We hope this encourages more families to come out to the sites to receive their free meals for children.”
This summer, Spring Branch ISD is connecting children 18 years old or younger and enrolled students up to 21 years old with the healthy Summer Food Service Program (SFSP). The meals come at no cost to the child.
After finishing their meals, children were excited to color and share their artwork with their friends.
Learn more about meal distribution sites, dates and times.
View the full photo album here.