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Important Update: Meals Available for Students This Week

Important Update: Meals Available for Students This Week
Meals will be available to students age 1-18 this week on Wednesday, Aug. 12. Similar to our summer meal distributions, families will be able to drive through and pick up a package of five breakfast and five lunch meals. Like our summer meal program, if you are unable to bring your student to the pick-up, please have a student ID or report card ready to confirm eligibility.

The following schools will distribute meals on Wednesday, Aug. 12 from 10:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.

  • Benson High
  • Beveridge Middle
  • Gateway Elementary
  • Hale Middle
  • Skinner Elementary
  • South High

The following schools will distribute meals on Wednesday, Aug. 12 from 10:30 a.m. until 11:30 a.m.

  • Adams Elementary
  • Bancroft Elementary
  • Belle Ryan Elementary
  • Belvedere Elementary
  • Bryan Middle
  • Conestoga Elementary
  • Dodge Elementary
  • Gomez Elementary
  • Indian Hill Elementary
  • Jackson Elementary
  • Joslyn Elementary
  • King Elementary
  • King Science and Technology
  • Liberty Elementary
  • Mount View Elementary
  • Norris Middle
  • Oak Valley Elementary
  • Sunny Slope Elementary
  • Walnut Hill Elementary

First Day for Students on Tues., Aug. 18
A reminder that the first day for students will be Tues., Aug. 18. Students will begin learning in the 100% Remote Learning Instructional Model. Additional information about daily learning schedules and technology access will be coming from our district and your student’s school. 

The OPS Nutrition Services team has worked with the USDA to provide balanced, nutritious breakfast and lunch meals to students learning from home. Take-home meals will be available on weekdays, beginning on Tuesday, Aug. 18. Daily pick-up will be available from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. To be sure staff prepare an accurate number of meals, meals must be ordered in advance by a parent or guardian. Following school meal guidelines and for food safety, meals must then be picked up on a day-to-day basis from your student’s school(s). Find more information about Meals2Go here. Meals2Go will begin on August 18.

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