School Year 2020-21 Food Distribution
Holyoke Public Schools is offering meal service at Morgan, Kelly, Sullivan, HHS North, Donahue, and Lawrence. Grab and go breakfast will be provided at school for our in-person learners. Remote learners, parents or guardians may pick up their meals Monday/Wednesday/Friday from 12pm – 2pm. Families experiencing difficulty reaching one of our sites or interested in the weekend backpack program please contact Jasarah Burgos via email at email@example.com.
Additionally, we are distributing fresh fruits and/or vegetables through the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program. Some items may include whole cantaloupes, fresh strawberries, whole pineapples, and cooking potatoes.
About Our Food Services Program
This year all students in the Holyoke Public Schools will receive a free nutritious breakfast and lunch, thanks to the expansion of the federal school lunch program – Healthy Hunger-free Kids Act of 2010. There is no need to complete applications to participate in this program that is available to all students in our district.
1% Milk, Non-fat Chocolate Milk Meal Pattern
2 oz Meat or Meat Alternative
¾ Cup Fruit or Vegetable
8 Breads per week
8 oz Milk
Office for Food and Nutrition Programs
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