South Bend Food Services
Back to remote learning. Back to meal service deliveries.
The School District has recieved guidance from the health department to go back to remote learning. With that decision, Food Service will be send out meal deliveries on bus routes again. Every student signed up for these deliveries will recieve a breakfast, a lunch, and a milk. K-12 meal deliveries will be leaving the school at 11am (A Street, Hospital Hill and Bay Center bus route is tentative to be leaving at 2:30pm). Preschool delivery routes will be leaving at 9 am. There will also be meals available in the Mike Morris Elementary Cafeteria from 8am - 2pm every school day.
We do not deliver meals on No School Days marked on the Academic Calendar. (Thanksgiving and Winter Break, there will be no meal service).
If you have questions, or are not currently signed up for meal deliveries, but would like to recieve them, please email me your child's name and address at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 360-875-6041 ext 3120.
Food Service Director
IMPORTANT FOOD SERVICE DATES IN NOVEMBER
NOVEMBER 20TH- NO IN SCHOOL ELC. PRESCHOOL DELIVERIES TO ALL SIGNED UP.
NOVEMBER 23RD- LAST A DAY. A STUDENT WILL RECIEVE LUNCH SERVED AT SCHOOL, AND A BREAKFAST TO TAKE HOME. RAYMOND/VALLEY KIDS WILL BE RECIEVING MEAL DELIVERIES
NOVEMBER 24TH-JANUARY 11TH- MEAL SERVICE DELIVERIES TO ALL SIGNED UP.
NOVEMBER 25TH-27TH- NO SCHOOL, NO MEAL DELIVERIES
DECEMBER 28TH-JANUARY 1ST- NO SCHOOL, NO MEAL DELIVERIES
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