Meal service to be provided during anticipating schools closures

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The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumers Services and USDA have approved meal service during the time of unanticipated school closures.  This program focuses on areas of eligibility based on economic need. For meal service locations, please refer to the website, www.summerbreakspot.org.         


  • Meals will be provided through a walk-up and drive-thru service in the parent drop off loop at the participating locations.  


  • The meals will be provided to children 18 years or younger.  Children must be present to receive meals.    


  • Children may receive meals at the nearest participating site, even if it is not where they attend school.  This eliminates the need for families to drive to multiple schools.  


  • Each day, lunch for that day and breakfast for the next day will be provided at the same time.


All school sites will operate from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., March 23 – 27.

All community sites will operate 11 a.m. to noon, March 23 – 27.


The following sites will be participating under this program:


Schools:

John A. Crookshank Elementary

Gamble Rogers Middle

The Evelyn Hamblen Center

Sebastian Middle

Otis A. Mason Elementary

South Woods Elementary

R.J. Murray Middle

The Webster School

Osceola Elementary  


Community Sites:

W.E Harris Community Center in Hastings

Woodlawn Apartments

 






Meal services will be provided at select schools that are not included in the need-based Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and USDA programs. 

  

  • These meals are intended for children in need of meals during the unanticipated school closings, typically those who participate in the school lunch program based on need.


  • Meals will be provided through a walk-up and drive-thru service in the parent drop off loop at the participating schools.  


  • The meals will be provided to children 18 years or younger. Children must be present to receive meals.    


  • Children may receive meals at the nearest participating school, even if it is not where they attend school.  This eliminates the need for families to drive to multiple schools.  


  • Each day, lunch for that day and breakfast for the next day will be provided at the same time.


All sites will operate from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., March 23 – 27.


Meals will be available at the following sites:


Bartram Trail High

Pedro Menendez High

PVPV-Rawlings Elementary

Fruit Cove Middle

Allen D. Nease High

St. Augustine High 

W.D. Hartley Elementary

Pacetti Bay Middle

Switzerland Point Middle

R.B. Hunt Elementary

Palencia Elementary

Timberlin Creek Elementary

Ketterlinus Elementary

Palm Valley Academy

Valley Ridge Academy

Alice B. Landrum Middle

Patriot Oaks Academy  

 


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