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Summer Feeding Program 2020

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION


Meals will be served from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday at the locations listed below throughout the summer. 


Families and DCPS staff members must continue to practice physical distancing recommendations. Families must remain in their vehicles until they reach the serving tables; and then stand at least six feet away from other people while picking up meals. 


Breakfasts and lunches for two days will be provided on each of the three serving days - Monday, Wednesday and Friday - with the extra  meal intended for use on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.


Thank you! We are proud to continue serving the children and youth of our community.
— The DCPS Food Services Team


MEALS ARE AVAILABLE FOR PICKUP FROM 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. MONDAY, WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY:

Burns Elementary School – 4514 Goetz Drive 

Meadow Lands Elementary – 3500 Hayden Road

Sorgho Elementary School – 5390 Kentucky 56 

Daviess County High School - 4255 New Hartford Road

 

MOBILE ROUTES:

Gemini Drive Apartments – 2260 Carpenter Drive 

Chuck Gray Court Apartments – 650 Chuck Gray Court 

Towne Square Court Apartments – 4825 Towne Square Court

Town and Country Mobile Home Park – 418 Reid Road 

Colony Mobile Homes – 2016 Arlington Park Boulevard 

Riverbend Pointe – 501 Office Lane

 

Click HERE to view or download the lunch and breakfast menu for the 2020 Summer Feeding Program. (Three page document)
 

Notice: This message takes precedence over previously communications. Information remains subject to change. – Published May 13, 2020  





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