Last updated at 10:40 a.m. on Wednesday, June 3, 2020
Beginning on Tuesday, June 2, the school district student feeding program will transition to the summer feeding schedule, when we will have 25 drive-thru feeding sites and 10 school bus stop sites. The drive-thru sites and the bus deliveries will take place on Tuesday only. However, the food provided will include a lunch and breakfast for five days for each student.
There are other significant changes in the way Pasco County Schools is getting food to students. The drive-thru sites and the bus deliveries will take place on Tuesday only. However, the food provided will include a lunch and breakfast for five days for each student. So, for instance, a family with two children would receive 10 lunches and 10 breakfasts on Tuesday. The student(s) must be present to receive food.
In an effort to gauge the demand for meals the school district has created a Meal Request Form. Anyone who plans to visit one of the sites to receive meals for students is asked to fill out the form by using the button below. If you have already filled out the form and checked the boxes indicating that you plan to visit feeding sites during the upcoming Tuesdays, that’s sufficient. Please do not fill out the form more than once.
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All K-12 state testing has also been canceled.
We have released Issue 7 of eLearning News for Pasco Parents, which provides detailed information about Distance Learning, learning enrichment activities, and our plan to ensure that all students have the tools to engage in Distance Learning. Lea el boletín en español.