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Meal Pick Up
     Remote Meal Pick Up Location

 

Laurie Locke:
School Lunch Manager   
585-768-5509
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WELCOME BACK! Good nutrition plays an important role in the overall development and success of ourstudents. Free meals for all has been extended through Dec. 31, 2020 or until the funds allotted run out. In addition to remote meals we will be serving breakfast and lunch at school on the days your children are in attendance. Breakfast will be grab and to the classroom. Students will be coming through the line for lunch and eating in the cafeteria at JR/SR High School and in the cafeteria and gym at Wolcott St. School. The cafeterias are set up and maintained using all CDC Guidelines and social distancing.
To receive a free meal, your student must take a complete meal. If they choose to bring their lunch and purchase a milk, the cost would be $.60. We would like to be as cashless as possible. We are encouraging any money needed on your student’s meal account be done on MySchoolbucks.com or send in a check for us to deposit on the account. If you need to pay with cash, we will put all change on their meal account to limit the handling of cash for the students and the staff. At this time we will only be selling milk ala carte at the Elementary School and a limited amount of ala carte items at High School.
We still need meal applications filled out for the year. If you need any help filling out the application, please call Mary Ann Sullivan at 768-5531.

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