Free Lunch Programs Options

Lunch Opportunities for Students

Manitowoc

Free lunch is available for all students under the age of 18 at the following locations from 11:30am – 1:00pm:

Monroe Elementary, Franklin Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, Madison Elementary

We have AWESOME news! Starting Thursday, March 26th, Franklin will be a “Pilot” School for serving a HOT meal.

We will be giving each child a styrofoam container with a hot entree, hot vegetable and a milk. Breakfast bags will remain the same.

To begin we ask that someone from the vehicle come out and grab the number of meals needed. Please form a line and use “social distancing” at all times.

Let one of our volunteers know how many meals you need and you may then grab your bags

Meal pick-up is 11:15-1:00

Two Rivers

Two Rivers Public School Food Service will continue to serve a bagged breakfast and lunch each day for all children under the ages of 18 & up to 21 for those with special disabilities.

Drive thru sites are Koenig Elementary and Magee Elementary

11:00am-1:00pm

This is a FREE service.

If you have any questions at all please call 920-793-7172

VALDERS

While schools are closed, the Valders Area Schools Nutrition Services program will be providing FREE meals to ALL children age 18 and under. (You do not need to qualify for free and reduced lunch to participate.)

The closure menu can be found on the regular Nutrislice menu links.

When:
Monday, April 13th through Friday, April 17th
Monday, April 20th through Friday, April 24th
11:00am – 1:00pm

Where:
201 W Wilson Street, Valders. This is the main entrance of Valders High School.

Families will be able to drive-thru or walk up to receive their grab-and go meals between. One lunch and one breakfast will be provided per child per day while supplies last.

This program is solely for the pick up of meals. Meals CANNOT be consumed on-site. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of COVID-19 by not congregating at the pick up location. Continue to wash your hands often, sneeze or cough into a tissue or elbow, and stay home if you are sick.

 

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