Seminole County public schools offers free meals to students for extended break

Meals will be handed out until April 14

SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. – As Central Florida schools transition to distance learning due to concerns about the coronavirus, staff will be busy making sure students are fed until they return to the classroom.

The extended break has caused some families to worry about how their child will eat when some students rely on the meals provided by the school.

Seminole County Public Schools will be providing free breakfast and lunch meals for students 18-years-old and younger.

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Meals will be handed out beginning Wednesday through April 14. The county has extended its community meals stops, all locations are at the bottom of this story.

Meals will be available for pick-up between 10:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. in the car loop of each school site.

Once there, district staff will distribute the meals directly to those in their vehicle.

Staff members will also be handing out meals to those who walk or ride a bike to the pick-up locations.

District staff asks that all meals be taken home to eat.


Locations in Seminole County providing free meals to students during extended break.
Seminole County Public Schools (WKMG 2020)

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