Breakfast & Lunch Packages to Order
Families of Rockwood School District,USDA waivers have been approved for the Rockwood School District to offer meals free of charge to our students and those in our community between the ages of 1-18 years old.
SUMMER MEALS: We will begin curbside Grab N Go during Summer Academy at the two locations below from June 7th through July 2nd:
A breakfast and lunch will be distributed on a daily basis between 8:30am-9:30am per child ages 1-18.
We need your help in our mission to make delicious and nutritious meals accessible to all families in our community while reducing food waste. This information will let us know how many meals to prepare. Please note that we are unable to customize Grab N Go packages.
Curbside Pickup Each Week: Daily Pick-Up (Mon-Fri)
Pickup Time: Dates: June 7-July 2 8:30am-9:30am
Included Meals in Each Package: 1 Breakfast & 1 Lunch
Grab N Go Meals for Summer
Let us take the stress out of your day by offering nutritious meals that are available at no cost for all our Adventure Club students! These meals will be available to order from June 7th through July 2nd.
Summer Lunch Order
A parent or guardian will need to fill out a lunch form for each child. You will find the link below to place an order for the entire week. To decide if you would like to order, a summer meal menu is located on our Child Nutrition Menus page.
Click here to place an order.
Meal Order Deadlines
Summerlink students will have cold meals delivered to their Adventure Club location. If your child attends Summer Academy, sack lunches will be eaten at the Summerlink location.
Meals will be free to all students.
USDA Non-discrimination Statement:
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