INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) — More students are taking advantage of free meals during spring break.
IPS said it has served double the amount of breakfasts this year than last so far. The district is averaging about 685 meals each day and making for a 20 percent increase overall.
The free meal service continues through April 5 for kids 18 and younger. Children do not have to be IPS students.
Seven locations are offering breakfast, and 17 are serving lunch.
Also, the Bus Stop Café will make lunch stops at community sites including the Haughville and Irvington public library branches, the Martin Luther King Community Center and Stratford Apartments.
Meals are free for IPS students 18 and younger, but adults can join them for $3.75 per meal.