OAKLAND – Classes will soon be out in Regional School Unit 18, but lunch will still be served.

For the second summer, the district will provide free lunch to kids 18 and younger from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday, from June 27 through Aug. 12, at Williams Elementary School.

Janice Moreau, RSU 18 nutrition director, said the program fed about 250 children per day last summer.

“If you can eat, you can come get a meal,” said Moreau, who has worked in school food service for 43 years and is retiring at the end of the June.

“We don’t ask names or where you come from,” she said.

To qualify for the federally funded program, 50 percent of students in at least one district school must receive free and reduced-price lunch.

Moreau said two of the district’s eight schools — Atwood and Williams — hit that mark.

Moreau said lunches will include a sandwich, vegetables, salad bar, fruit and milk.

In Maine, according to the department, 21.1 percent of children younger than age 18 reportedly lack access to sufficient food.