Jordan Rodriquez (from left), Thaine Novovesky and Mary Novovesky were served Monday by Annamarie Manzo in a free lunch program at Overland Park Elementary School. on Monday during a USDA Summer Meals free lunch program for children, ages 1-18. Shawnee Mission School District serves meals at seven of its schools.<252><137>Jordan Rodriquez, lower left, Thaine Novovesky, center, and Mary Novovesky, lower right, wait in line for food from Annamarie Manzo, top center, for a free school lunch at Overland Park Elementary School on Monday during a USDA Summer Meals free lunch program for children, ages 1-18. The Shawnee Mission School District opened up several schools for the program to address summer hunger.<252><137>
Jordan Rodriquez (from left), Thaine Novovesky and Mary Novovesky were served Monday by Annamarie Manzo in a free lunch program at Overland Park Elementary School. on Monday during a USDA Summer Meals free lunch program for children, ages 1-18. Shawnee Mission School District serves meals at seven of its schools.<252><137>Jordan Rodriquez, lower left, Thaine Novovesky, center, and Mary Novovesky, lower right, wait in line for food from Annamarie Manzo, top center, for a free school lunch at Overland Park Elementary School on Monday during a USDA Summer Meals free lunch program for children, ages 1-18. The Shawnee Mission School District opened up several schools for the program to address summer hunger.<252><137> David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Jordan Rodriquez (from left), Thaine Novovesky and Mary Novovesky were served Monday by Annamarie Manzo in a free lunch program at Overland Park Elementary School. on Monday during a USDA Summer Meals free lunch program for children, ages 1-18. Shawnee Mission School District serves meals at seven of its schools.<252><137>Jordan Rodriquez, lower left, Thaine Novovesky, center, and Mary Novovesky, lower right, wait in line for food from Annamarie Manzo, top center, for a free school lunch at Overland Park Elementary School on Monday during a USDA Summer Meals free lunch program for children, ages 1-18. The Shawnee Mission School District opened up several schools for the program to address summer hunger.<252><137> David Eulitt The Kansas City Star