The National School Lunch Program serves over 86 million free or low-cost meals to elementary, middle and high school students in Wisconsin each year. The School Breakfast Program serves millions of meals more. All of which is fine, but what happens to students who are out of school during the summer break?
How do low-income families replace those meals? Sam McDaniel is the director of the Madison Goodman Community Center’s Fritz Food Pantry. He joins Eight O’Clock Buzz host Brian Standing by phone.