LCSD Summer Meal Distribution (6.17.20 Update)
Dear LCSD Families,
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Please read the following carefully as we have made some changes to our summer meal distribution. LCSD will continue to provide meals throughout the summer (May 25-August 14). All meals are free, and are available to any children 18 years or younger. Adults do not have to be present for children to pick up meals.
We heard some feedback that when fresh produce was packed with frozen food it was causing the fresh produce to freeze. In order to assure the produce stays fresh we will distribute one produce sack for the entire week. This produce distribution will occur on Mondays which means you will receive two sacks every Monday, one that contains the normal breakfast/lunch/dinner, the other will contain your fresh produce for the week. The produce sacks can get heavy so you may want to have someone assisting your child with carrying the sacks. We must distribute an equal number of breakfast/lunch/dinner sacks as produce sacks. For example, if you usually need 3 meal sacks then on Mondays you will actually receive 6 with 3 of those sacks being full of produce.
If you have a child enrolled in Rockies Rock, they will continue to receive 3 meals per day during camp days. Breakfast and lunch will be served during camp, and dinner will be sent home with each camper at the end of the day. Since camp only runs M-Th, on Fridays you may still receive meals through the typical meal distribution.
If you are having trouble accessing meals, please text 719-427-7003.
Follow this link to view meal distribution sites and logistics.
Follow this link to view instructions for heating food.
Follow this link to view more resources in the community.
We look forward to seeing students and families as we distribute meals!
LCSD Staff and Volunteers
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