Changes underway for student meals in Seminole County as schools prepare to reopen
SEMINOLE COUNTY, Fla. Red Apple Dining, the dining service function of Seminole County Public Schools, ended its curbside free meal service for families Thursday, in order to prepare for the scheduled Aug. 17 reopening of schools. Since Mid-March, Red Apple Dining handed out more than 830,000 boxes of breakfast and lunch, served with a side of simpler times. Updated numbers from Seminole County Public Schools still show quite a few students plan to opt out of face-to-face learning, at least for the beginning of the fall semester. Visit http://www.SCPSMealApp.com to apply... Posted by Red Apple Dining on Monday, July 27, 2020Its not going away completely, its just relocating, Dillon said. "In addition, we will have meals ready and prepared for those who optioned to do remote learning," Red Apple Dining communications specialist Kaylyn Akeley said.