List of schools offering meal resources to kids and families.
The District will offer supplemental food delivery to all students who currently receive Buddy Bags. Delivery will be on March 23, March 27, and March 31 between the hours of 11 a.m. and 12 p.m. Volunteers will knock on the door and leave food outside to be retrieved by the family after the volunteer leaves.
If you are in need of supplemental food for your family during the time school is closed, and are not currently on the Buddy Bag list, please contact Dr. Reller at email@example.com or leave a message at 573-898-5554 x211. Anyone can ask for the supplemental food if needed, regardless of financial status. It may continue past those dates if the school remains closed.
We will have breakfast and lunch available for pickup on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. behind the Daniel Boone Elementary cafeteria for anyone in the community 18 and under starting March 24 through May 21 – free of charge. These packaged meals will include two days worth of breakfast and two days worth of lunch. If you are unable to drive up to the school, please call and we will make arrangements with you. We have partnered with Agape to help deliver meals to children if necessary. During this time, Central Office will remain open Monday through Friday to receive phone calls and provide essential services. We ask that anyone who needs to do business with the district do so via phone if at all possible during those hours. The number to reach Central Office is 636-456-6901.
Utilizing a drive-through model at each of our District high schools: Holt, Liberty and Timberland.
Pick up points (See maps)
HHS – pick up will be in the alley behind the schools
THS – pick up will be at the front entrance
LHS – pick up will be at the kitchen door on the left side of the building
These schools will pick up at the designated high school:
WMS, HIE, HPE, PRE, LVE, WBE – Holt High School
SMS, BTE, SCE, DUE, GTE – Timberland High School
FMS, DRE, PVE, CRE – Liberty High School
Pick Up Times: 11:00 am – 12:30 pm Monday through Friday until further notice. Begins Wednesday, March 18, 2020: The first pickup will include a lunch for Wednesday and a breakfast for Thursday. On Thursday you can pick up lunch for Thursday and breakfast for Friday, and so on. This will continue Monday through Friday, including Spring Break, through the Emergency Closure which will tentatively end on Friday, April 3.
Breakfast and Lunch will be provided to all WSD students, and regular rates will apply. Student lunch accounts will be charged for reduced and full pay meals. Allergy information will be available, however, parents will be responsible for tracking allergens for their children.
For FZ students who qualify for free or reduced meals, no charge for meals. Breakfast and lunch are drive through pick up Mon-Fri 11AM – 12:45PM. Begins March 19th.
DuBray Middle School: 100 DuBray Dr., St. Peters
West High School: 1251 Turtle Creek Dr., O’Fallon
Breakfast and lunch. Mon-Fri, 7:30 – 9:30AM. Beginning March 18th.
Blackhurst Elementary: 2000 Elm St., St. Charles 63301
Monroe Elementary: 2670 Zumbehl Rd., St. Charles 63301
Children ages 0-18. Children must be present for pick up. Drive up only.
If you cannot pick up meals due to household illness or transportation issues, contact Matthias’ Lot Church for delivery options 636-388-8242.
Due to the recent announcement of an extended closure of the Lincoln County R-III School District, we will be offering a free grab-and-go meal program for all kids 18 and under, regardless of free or reduced meal status or school affiliation. This program, offered through federal funding of the Seamless Summer Program, will be available Monday through Friday from 10:30 am to 1:00 pm at the Ninth Grade Center, Main Street Elementary, Hawk Point Elementary, and Cuivre Park Elementary beginning on March 23rd until school is back in session. Each child present will receive one (1) lunch.
The Hannibal School District will serve breakfast and lunch for students or families to take home Monday through Friday at multiple locations beginning March 23. All children (up to 18 years, or under 21 with disabilities) are eligible to receive free meals. A family does not need to participate with the free or reduced meal program to receive meals at this time. Children do not need to be present for a parent to pick up meals, nor do they need to be enrolled in the Hannibal Public Schools.
In addition to breakfast and lunch, Douglas Community Center will also provide a snack and supper for pick up during the same time frame. On Friday, Hannibal Alliance for Youth Success (HAYS) have buddy backpacks available for distribution to anyone who would like food items for the weekend.
The following locations will serve as food program “grab and go” sites:
Intersection of Big Creek Lane & Hwy HH – 11 a.m.-noon
Intersection of Janapas Trail & Ideal Villa Place – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Oakwood Elementary School, 3716 Market St – 11 a.m.-noon
Intersection of Rt O & Flint Hill Road – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Antioch Baptist Church, 59621 Antioch Lane – 11 a.m.-noon
AD Stowell Elementary School, 700 Fulton Avenue – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Intersection of Rt T & Oakhill Road – 11 a.m.-noon
Embassy Christian Center, 600 North Street – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Intersection of Monkey Run & Hwy 79 – 11 a.m.-noon
Hannibal Public Library, 200 South 5th Street – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Intersection of Saverton West Road & Rt E – 11 a.m.-noon
Eugene Field Elementary School, 1405 Pearl Street – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Calvary Baptist Church, 4605 West Ely Road – 11 a.m.-noon
Intersection of Hwy 168 & County Road 404 – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Clover Road Christian Church, 785 Clover Road – 11 a.m.-noon
Mark Twain Elementary School, 2800 Bird Street – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Intersection of Munger Lane & Country Meadows Lane (Northside) – 11 a.m.-noon
Hannibal Transportation Center, 2365 Warren Barrett Drive – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Hannibal High School Auditorium Parking Lot, 4500 McMasters Avenue – 11 a.m.-noon
Intersection of North Section Street & Mark Twain Avenue (Ayerco 22) – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
Intersection of Shawnee Trail & Atoka Street (Closest to Munger Lane) – 11 a.m.-noon
Intersection of Starlight Ridge & 29th Street (Mailboxes) – 12:15-1:15 p.m.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Hannibal School District Board of Education office at (573)221-1258.
Canton R-V School District will begin providing meals to students on March 18. This program will continue during the length of the school closure. Please read carefully regarding the program’s details.
All meals will be served at no cost (free) to students. All children 18 years and younger are eligible.
Meals will include lunch (entrée, fruit, and vegetable) and breakfast for the next morning. Menus will be updated on the District’s Nutrislice mobile app.
Parents or guardians will need to fill out an order form at https://forms.gle/sqbEp1BNNrQWjwAC9 in order for our food service workers to prepare meals. YOU MUST FILL OUT ONE FORM PER CHILD.
Meals will be served daily beginning at 11:00 a.m. This will be a drive-thru style service using the car rider drop-off and pick-up line along Washington Street. Students and families that do not have transportation MUST contact the school prior to arriving in order to receive specific instructions.
Our main option for delivery service will be ONLY for students who are currently on our bus rosters. Our bus routes will begin at 10:30 and students should be prepared to meet the bus at their regular bus stop.
Additional options for delivery will addressed on a case by case basis.
Grab and GO lunch and breakfasts will be available at the BGHS site (for all BG campus students) or at FE during the following hours: Breakfast from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. or Lunch from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. This process will continue through this Friday for all students and continue next week for students who do not ride a bus to school. We will deliver meals and learning packet materials to students using our school buses starting Monday morning and delivering to each student’s bus stop. Please respond to the Google Survey sent from each building (or call in or email your building secretary if you have trouble accessing) if you do need meals delivered during this time and if there needs to be an adjustment to where the learning packets are delivered. (i.e. grandparents house, daycare, etc…) We expect to start the bus routes delivering food and materials at 9:10 (three hours later than our normal morning bus route start time.) The first runs may take a bit longer, so we ask for your patience.
As many of you are aware, we are closing from March 17-April 3. Again, the safety of our students, staff, and community members must be our number one priority. We do still want to offer our students the opportunity to have meals while we are closed. The following information will outline the procedures for this process:
- OPAA! will prepare meals that follow the same guidelines as a normal school day. These meals will be offered to all students in our district if parents/guardians choose. Students on free/reduced lunch will have a free and/or reduced rate like normal and students that pay the full price would still have to continue paying that fee.
- The pick-up days will be Wednesday, March 18th, Monday, March 23rd, and Monday, March 30th. The pick-up time will be between 10:00-10:30a.m. on those days. Please, only parents/guardians of students under 18 will be allowed to pick up these meals due to guidelines we have been asked to follow.
- You will get 3 meals per student on March 18th and 5 meals per student on March 23rd and March 30th.
- These meals will be lunch items.
- If you would like to take advantage of this opportunity, you must call the school office by 3:30 p.m. today, March 16th. The phone number is 660-291-4515. We will not be writing names down, but we will be keeping a tally so that OPAA! Knows approximately how many meals to prepare.
2020 Bus Route Meal & School Work Delivery Times (approximate)
Route #1 – Leave at 11:00, Center Park (11:00), Perry Park (11:15), Route J stops 11:18, Shady Oaks 11:20, Hwy BB 11:24, Adams 11:26, Damascus & Ohio 11:30
Route #2- Leave at 11:00, Clark & Ely stop & Martin Street in Perry (11:15), Monroe Co Road 670 and Lick Creek Lanes (11:30) Hwy 154 (1135-1140)
Route #3– Leave at 11:00, Mark Twain High School Parking Lot 11:00, Center Dr. Office 11:05 New London- Courthouse 11:20
Route #4- Leave at 11:00, Hwy CC (11:15), Clarence Cannon (11:30)
Route #5- Leave at 11:00, Plum Creek (11:15), Brush Creek (11:15), Campcreek 11:25
Route #6– Leave at 11:00, Turner Acres/Sawyer Drive outside of New London (11:15) Hwy M and M&A stops 11:25
Route #7- Leave at 1 1:00, 2nd & Clay in New London (11:15), 5th & Church in New London (11:17), Hwy A/Sundance/Banister/Hunter Place (11:20)
Route #8 – Leave at 11:00, 4th/Depot in New London (11:15), 2nd/College in New London (11:20), 1st & Maple in New London (11:30), Bingham Trail (11:35)
Vo-Tech/Route #9- Leave at 11:00, 8th/Main in New London (11:15), 5th/Ralls in New London (11:20)
Route #10- Leave at 11:00, Clements Daycare (11:10), 1st/Ralls in New London (11:20)
Meals will be available to be delivered to all PK-12 students during regular school days as well as stops in each town for grab/go meals to ensure nutrition is maintained during an extended closure. If you have not already done so, please complete the survey at the following link: https://forms.gle/MyAuvVobSQmZF35a8
Meal delivery for newly added students will be added the following day.
Free meals for children 18 and under. Must fill out form.
After some additional information from DESE today, the Monroe City R-I School District will be feeding all our students for free. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested.
Wright City Schools: TBD