Free Breakfast & Lunch Program to be Offered at 7 RUSD Schools Starting Aug. 13


ROWLAND HEIGHTS, CA – JULY 27, 2018 – The Rowland Unified School District today announced an amendment to its policy for serving meals to students under the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program for the 2018-2019 school year. All students enrolled in seven of its schools listed below, will be served lunch and breakfast at no charge starting August 13, 2018:  

Hurley Elementary School (535 S. Dora Guzman Ave., La Puente)

Northam Elementary School (17800 E. Renault Street, La Puente)

Rowland Elementary School (2036 S. Fullerton Rd., Rowland Heights)

Villacorta Elementary School (17840 E. Villa Corta Street, La Puente)

Yorbita Elementary School (17800 E. Renault Street, La Puente)

Giano Intermediate School (3223 S. Giano Ave., West Covina)

Santana High School (341 S. La Seda Rd., La Puente)

 For additional information please contact:

Rowland Unified School District - Nutrition Services

1830 S. Nogales St., Rowland Heights, CA, 91748

Monday through Friday, 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM

(626) 854-8312 

The Rowland Unified School District has garnered numerous state and national awards including California Distinguished and Gold Ribbon Schools, and is proud of its challenging academic programs supported by the arts, activities and athletics. RUSD has 19 schools with approximately 14,000 students in the communities of Rowland Heights, Walnut, La Puente, City of Industry, and West Covina. More than 5,000 adults (18+) are also served by the Rowland Adult and Community Education School. For more information about Rowland Unified, the community can call (626) 965-2541 or download the free Rowland USD Mobile App for iOS and Android phones/devices that has news, school calendars, a safety Tip Line, and helpful parent and District resources. The public can also follow Rowland schools on Twitter @RowlandSchools or visit


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