Jamestown Public Schools Starting ‘Grab & Go’ Meals Next Week

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JAMESTOWN – Jamestown Public Schools will start providing ‘grab and go’ meals next week part of the district’s fall reopening plan.

School officials say starting next Tuesday both breakfast and lunch will be available to students attending school in-person or remotely.











Students attending in person will be provided with two meals at dismissal for the following day, while those attending remotely or by distance learning may visit their school of enrollment to pick up the meals.

On Thursdays, students will receive four meals, including lunch for Thursday, breakfast and lunch for Friday and breakfast for Monday.







Parents are also able pick up school meals for their children with student ID numbers.

For more, visit jpsny.org/mealinfo.





















 

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