UPDATE: The district says the meal times have changed and will now be served from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the below four locations.
ORIGINAL STORY: The Paso Robles Joint Unified School District announced how it will be providing meals to students during the upcoming school year, while distance learning is in place.
According to Joseph Vaughn, the food services director for the district, students can pick up a cold breakfast and a hot lunch from four different campuses Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
The following information is a breakdown of which schools students and parents should go to pick-up meals:
- Georgia Brown Elementary School: Will feed only their students
- George Flamson Middle School: Will feed their students plus students from Bauer Speck Elementary School and Kermit King Elementary School
- Paso Robles High School: Will feed their students plus students from Liberty High School, Independence High School, and Daniel Lewis Middle School
- Winifred Pifer Elementary: Will feed their students plus students from Pat Butler Elementary School and Virginia Peterson Elementary School
Vaughn previously told KSBY that students will receive free and reduced meals based on their eligibility.
For more information on how to prepare and what forms parents or students should bring to their pick-up locations, click here.