At-Home Meal Service will continue for all Clyde-Green Springs students in the VLA model and for students and children ages 2-18 who live in the Clyde or Green Springs communities. This meal pickup is for 5-day at-home meal pickup only. Students who are in school will receive a take-home meal bag on Friday, which will include one breakfast and one lunch.
This form is new as of 1/11/21. If you have not signed up after this date and wish to receive at-home meal service, you need to complete the form again to receive meals.
If you wish to sign up, please note the following:
In order to start receiving meals on Monday, you must sign up by midnight, the Thursday before.
Meals can be picked up at the CGS school of your choice on Mondays between 10:00 am and 11:00 am.
If school is cancelled or not in session on a Monday, the pickup will take place on the day school is in session. (There will be no meal pickup the week of April 5 - 9 due to Spring Break).
There will not be a delivery option available for students and parents.
Completing this form will sign your child(ren) up for meals until the District changes from the 4-day-a-week in-person learning model.
All Schools $1.60
All Reduced 30¢
Elementary Schools $2.35
Middle School $2.60
High School $3.00
All Reduced 40¢
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