Grab-and-go meals are now available for district students

Free lunches can be picked up at two spots.

  • Wednesday, September 2, 2020 11:00am
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To ensure that Mercer Island School District students continue to have access to the nutrition they need to succeed, the district’s food services department is now providing grab-and-go meals this school year.

Meals are provided at no cost thanks to the extension of a USDA nationwide waiver, which is in effect through as late as Dec. 30, depending on available funding.

Lunches can be picked up between 11:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. in the Mercer Island High School and Islander Middle School commons. Walk-ups will be accepted. Masks are required to enter the buildings, and all social-distancing and safety protocols will be followed.

For pre-order meal information, visit https://www.mercerislandschools.org/Domain/35

Families are still encouraged to complete an application for free or reduced-price school meals. For information, visit https://www.mercerislandschools.org/Page/85




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