School Nutrition Guidance during COVID-19 Closure
Collierville Schools Grab & Go Meals
* * * IMPORTANT NOTICE * * *
There will be no Grab & Go Meals on Monday, May 25 & Tuesday, May 26, because of the holiday. Meals will resume Thursday, May 28.
Collierville Schools will provide an opportunity for families to drive thru or walk up and pick up meals for the children in their family who are 18 and under. Distribution sites are listed below. Children must be present for meals to be provided. A designated area will be set up outside at each site. If driving, please stay in your car and meals will be passed through to the driver based on the number of children in the car.
Meals will be served March 23–through the extent of the closure on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays each week. Meals (breakfast & lunch) will be served from 10:00 am until 12:30 pm. Children will receive one breakfast and one lunch on Mondays and two breakfast meals and two lunch meals on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
The following sites will be meal distribution hubs March 23 – through the extent of the closure:
Collierville Elementary School Collierville Middle School
(Back of School) (Back of School)
590 Peterson Lake Rd. 580 Quinn Rd.
347 S. Center St.
This program will be solely for the pick-up of meals. Meals will not be consumed on site. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of COVID-19 by not congregating at the school site once meals have been distributed.
Please contact Carol Tessen at 901.286.6373 or email@example.com, for more information.
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