MAUSD/ANWSD Summer Meals 2020
June 22- August 14
Grab & Go Sites and Delivery
FREE Breakfast & Lunch for Children 0-18 years old
MAUSD and ANWSD will serve FREE meals at a convenient pick up locations in both districts.
Curbside pick up sites will be located at:
Vergennes High School
Mt. Abraham High School
Lazy Brook Mobile Home Park
Platt Memorial Library
Bridport Elementary School
Pick up days are Tuesday and Friday - See Flyer for Times at each location.
You can pick up 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches for each child in your family age 18 & under.
We will also provide some delivery service to some small camps and recreation programs that are open as well as to homes as needed.
We are really looking forward to serving you and your children.
If you have questions contact email@example.com
The form below will help us plan for how many meals to have ready at our GRAB & GO sites. Sign up is NOT required but we do appreciate having the information.
SIGN UP FOR SUMMER MEALS - SUMMER Grab & Go Meal Request Form
SUMMER MEALS PICK UP SITE LIST - CLICK HERE
Pick up for the week of June 29 will be on Tuesday and Thursday so we can be closed on Friday July 3 for the July 4 holiday. THANK YOU.
Learning does not end when school lets out. Neither does the need for good nutrition.
Good nutrition is essential for learning in school. Continuing healthy eating habits is also important during the long hot summer months. Eating nutritious foods helps ensure students retain their hard learned knowledge… and to help them to keep right on learning throughout the summer. For many of these children, summer vacation can bring the temptation of eating empty calorie snacks and foods that are high in sugar, fats and sodium. And for many others, summer exposes students to an increased risk of hunger and developmental decline. Make seasonal fruits and vegetables a high priority for your snacks, meals and anytime.
Summertime is a time to play hard...but it is also a time to remember to eat right. Make sure good nutrition remains a priority all summer long, and students will return to school in the Fall healthy, sharp and ready to learn.
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