According to a Facebook announcement from Linton-Stockton School Corporation, the Grab & Go lunch program for Linton-Stockton Schools will resume on Monday, April 6th.
Linton-Stockton students have been out of school since Friday, March 20th. The regularly scheduled Spring Break period was extended by an additional week to allow teachers time to plan and coordinate lesson plans for the remainder of the year as instruction moves to e-learning.
In a recent press conference, Superintendent of Public Instruction Jennifer McCormick announced that all public K-12 schools will remain closed through the end of current school year in an effort to stop or slow the spread of COVID-19.
View the announcement regarding Grab & Go lunches from Linton-Stockton Schools below.
From The Linton-Stockton School Corporation:
Linton-Stockton Schools will resume Grab & Go Lunch service on Monday, April 6th. Meals will be available Mondays through Thursdays from 11:00am to 1:00pm. Lunches for Fridays are included in the Thursday pick up/delivery. Meals may be picked up at the high school front entrance or be scheduled for home delivery.
In order to have the appropriate number of meals prepared, it is necessary that parents/guardians complete the survey found at the link below.
To maintain Social Distancing during the pick-up/delivery the following guidelines have been established.
For Pick Up: When pulling into the front entry of the high school parents/guardians/children are not to exit their vehicle. Lower your window and indicate how many meals have been requested and our staff will hand the meals to you.
For Delivery: Our staff will ring your bell or knock indicating the number of requested meals have been delivered to your door.
We want to send a big think you to our area churches for provided meal service to our students for the past two weeks while our schools and services were shut down. Thanks to Linton First United Methodist Church, Fellowship Baptist Church and Saron Church!