Posted by Huron Hub staff on Monday, March 16, 2020 -- 9:30 AM EST
The Huron School District announced their food service plan for students in the district during the mandatory school closure in Michigan.
Here is a letter explaining the program from Superintendent Donovan Rowe:
Dear Huron Families,
Starting on Tuesday, March 17, through Friday, April 3, the Huron School District will provide food service meals (breakfast and lunch) to ALL students in the District, 18 years of age and under, special education students 26 years and under, FREE of charge and regardless of students’ Free & Reduced Meal Status.
The Huron School District will be distributing meals from the High School Circle Drive via drive-thru pick-up service. One person may pick up meals for multiple students, and pick up is available two days per week using the following schedule.
Huron High School Site Pick-up:
- Tuesdays and Fridays: 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
- Huron High School Circle Driveway
A week’s worth of USDA reimbursable meals will be available for each child, each week. There is no requirement to “sign-up” or “register” for any program in order to be eligible for free student meals. This is our school district’s first attempt of a meal delivery system at this scale. Every attempt will be made to feed ALL students who need a meal in our community. Thank you for your patience and understanding as we work through this process.
If you have questions pertaining to the Huron School District Food Service Meal Program, please call our Central Office line at 734-782-2441 or visit our website at huronschools.org.