Round Rock ISD is offering free meals for children during summer break through a federal meals program.

The district is taking advantage of the U.S. Department of Agriculture Summer Meals Program, the Seamless Summer Option, according to a news release from RRISD.

The release states the program will be available for children age 18 and younger who show up to a participating meal site.

The program will also be available to enrolled students with disabilities up to age 21.

The program will begin June 6, and children do not need to register or show proof of age, income or residence to receive a free meal, according to the release.

“Round Rock children need good nutrition year-round so they can learn, grow and succeed in life,” RRISD Food Service Director Yana Koleva said in the release. “With nearly 2 million food-insecure children living in Texas, these healthy meals are vital to nourishing young Texans during the summer vacation.”

For more information on the program, click here, and for a list of participating campuses within RRISD, click here.

Other nearby school districts are taking advantage of the federal program, including Pflugerville ISD.