(Peter Segall / Juneau Empire File)

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School district shares lunch distribution details

Schedule and prices.

  • Saturday, August 22, 2020 11:17am
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Students can pick up breakfasts and lunches at all Juneau schools starting Monday, Aug. 24, City and Borough of Juneau announced.

Meal distribution is available at each school 10 a.m.-1 p.m. every day inside the school entrance. Students or parents and guardians can pick up meals, according to the city.

During distance delivery, breakfast is free for all students at all schools. Lunch is free for eligible students, and available for the following costs: 40 cents for reduced-price students, $4 for full-price students and $5 for adult price.

At Yaakoosge Daakahid’i High School, breakfast and lunch are free for all students, regardless of eligibility because YDHS is a Community Eligibility Provision School in the National School Lunch Program, according to the city.

COVID-19 guidelines require social distancing, mask use and other safety measures. Hand sanitizer will be available and meal distribution will be as contact-free as possible, according to the city. Online payments are encouraged to limit cash handling. Home delivery is available to eligible students. To apply for meal benefits, view school menus, make online payments and set up low-balance email alerts visit www.schoolcafe.com.

For more information about the food service program, contact Adrianne Schwartz at 780-1989 or adrianne.schwartz@juneauschools.org.

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