UPDATED: Weekly Breakfast & Lunch Program Continues on Wednesday, April 1
- School NameCommunications Office
During the State-mandated closure of schools, we recognize that students are in need of meals every day. To best serve the community, we have put together a plan for six district sites to make breakfast and lunch meals available on a weekly basis. Families are welcome to come pick up free meals (while supplies last) for all kids every Wednesday during the school closure period, continuing on Wednesday, April 1.
Each package contains both breakfast and lunch for five days. This program is for all kids 18 years old and under, as well as our students ages 18 to 26 who are serviced with an Individualized Education Plan (IEP), in our community. NOTE: On Wednesday, April 1, ten days worth of meals will be provided in each package to last through Spring Break week, as we will not be offering a food pickup program during the week of Spring Break (Wednesday, April 8).
The USDA has lifted the requirement that meals must be eaten on site, so families are asked to come to the service point of their choice and pick up meals to go. This service will be curbside pickup only.
MEAL PICKUP SCHEDULE:
Every Wednesday during the school closure period (next date: Wednesday, April 1)
11 a.m. to 1 p.m. or until supplies last.
Salem High School, 46181 Joy Rd., Canton
Discovery Middle School, 45083 Hanford Rd., Canton
Liberty Middle School, 46250 Cherry Hill Rd., Canton
West Middle School, 44401 Ann Arbor Trail, Plymouth
Eriksson Elementary, 1275 Haggerty Rd., Canton
IMPORTANT NOTE: Starkweather Academy will not be a pickup location on Wednesday, April 1.
In addition, families may visit other school locations to pick up meals should it be more convenient. Visit the Wayne RESA website for a complete list of Wayne County school districts that are offering free meal programs.
For questions, contact Healthy.Meals@pccsk12.com.
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