HOME MEAL DELIVERY
Friday, March 5 will be the last day to submit new home meal delivery requests. Please share this message with staff who have been supporting families and connecting them with our services. We appreciate your understanding as both the Nutrition Services and Student Transportation teams start to transition and prepare for hybrid learning. New requests for home meal delivery should include the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org: family name, address (where meals should be delivered), contact phone number, number of children in the household and school(s) attended. For cancellations, changes or updates, please contact email@example.com.
Information and Resources Regarding Meal Services
We know that many families depend on schools not only for their students’ education, but also for meals. PPS Nutrition Services has expanded our meals sites from the spring and summer to 38 schools where families can pick up breakfast and lunch on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. Under a program through the USDA, all PPS students and children ages 1-18 in Portland will receive free breakfast and lunch. Students will receive seven days’ worth of meals each week.
As we settle into a regular class schedule with distance learning, our meal service will be:
- Mondays: 2 days’ worth of food
- Wednesdays: 2 days’ worth of food
- Fridays: 3 days’ worth of food
The full list of meal pickup sites, along with information about food home delivery that will be available for families that need assistance accessing meals, is available at our Fall 2020 Meals webpage. Click here for a map of all Nutrition Sites. All sites are outside, and we ask that you wear a facemask and practice physical distancing as you pick up meals. Menu information, along with allergy and carbohydrate counts can be found in the drop down menu below.
Households financially impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19) may be able to qualify for The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP). SNAP offers food benefits to eligible, low-income individuals and families. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply for food benefits by clicking here. For more information or support, please contact the Nutrition Services department at 503-916-3399 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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