Nutrition services

Laramie County School District 1 Nutrition Services will continue to provide free meals


CHEYENNE, Wyo. (press release) – Laramie County 1 School District Nutrition Services will continue to provide free meals for children aged 18 months to 18 years from Monday June 21 through Friday August 13. Each bag will contain a breakfast. and a lunch.

Nutrition Services will not be serving meals on Monday July 5th. Each bag will contain one breakfast and one lunch and on Friday the food bags will include three breakfasts and three lunches. Nutrition Services will not serve meals on Monday July 5.

Food bag pickup will take place from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Monday to Friday at the following locations. »McCormick High School — east side of building bus loop» Arp Elementary School — west side of parent / staff parking lot »South High School — northeast corner of parking lot» Eastridge Facility — back side of building. Entering off Pershing

Summer School students will receive breakfast and lunch at the following locations: »Afflerbach Elementary» Baggs Elementary »Davis Elementary» Goins Elementary »Meadowlark Elementary» Prairie Wind Elementary »South High» Sunrise Elementary Event Students at Romero Park and Pioneer Park Center, ASK students at Arp Elementary and students at Triumph High.

Summer Academy students will receive breakfast and lunch at Arp Elementary School, Cole Elementary School, Fairview-Lebhart Elementary School, Rossman Elementary School and the Saddle Ridge Elementary School. All meals served to registered students during the summer will be take out. Some meals will be accompanied by a hot starter.

The summer school / academy sites will not be open to the public. Meals for the public will be provided on the mobile sites listed above.

Free meals for all students will continue into the next school year, as the USDA has extended some waivers. To ensure continued funding for the nutrition services program, families must still complete requests for free and reduced meals. This institution is a provider of equal opportunities.

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