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Free meals will be provided at DODEA schools through upcoming school year

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KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Defense Department schools overseas will continue to offer free meals to students through June 2022, school officials said Thursday.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture granted the extension, said Stephen Smith, a spokesman for Department of Defense Education Activity–Europe.

Officials with the Army and Air Force Exchange Service, which provides meals at 76 school cafeterias throughout Europe and the Pacific, said breakfast and lunch will be free at the DODEA schools. The meals are also available to students learning virtually, said Chris Ward, an AAFES spokesman.

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