Resources for Families

Pantry Staple Meal Ideas for Toddlers

Here are a few ideas for new things to try with foods you likely already have at home. Many of these start with a simple base and then go from there and can be easily customized! Download the PDF on Pantry Staple Meal Ideas for Toddlers.

Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank COVID-19 Updates

https://www.pittsburghfoodbank.org/covid19/

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Where to find food

Early Intervention Technical Assistance Portal

Family Resources for Understanding Early Intervention and Early Childhood programs in Pennsylvania.

For older adults (60+)

  • Armstrong County: To find resources, call 724-548-3290.
  • Beaver County: To find resources, call 724-847-2262.
  • Butler County: If you are in need of home delivered meals during this time, please contact the Butler County Area Agency on Aging at 724-282-3008 for more details.
  • Lawrence County: To find resources, call 724-658-3729.

Backpack Programs

  • Contact your school district to determine if they will be continuing backpack programs during the closure.

211 Health and Human Services

Internet Services

Armstrong County

Please see list below on where students can get meals in their school district on Monday-Friday.

*Note: This list is subject to change and will automatically be updated with the most recent info as received. Call or visit the school’s website or social media for updates/confirmation. 

Apollo-Ridge School District

Beginning on Wednesday March 18th
Time 11am – 1pm
Locations: High school and the Second Street side entrance to Owens Field Stadium 

All Apollo-Ridge students and their siblings are eligible to receive these meals, as supplies last, whether or not they qualify for free/reduced meal prices. 

Distribution will be curbside and students do not need to be present for pickup. Distribution includes a bagged lunch and a bagged breakfast for the following morning.

As of this notice, distribution will continue through March 27. 

Armstrong School District

Beginning on Wednesday March 18th
Time: 11:30am to 1pm
At the following locations:

  • Dayton United Methodist Church, 155 Church Street, Dayton, PA 16222
  • Elderton Presbyterian Church, 113 North Main Street, Elderton, PA 16023
  • Ford City New Life Center, 414 9th Street, Ford City, PA 16226
  • Grace Christian School, 215 Arthur Street, Kittanning, PA 16201
  • Kittanning Salvation Army, 205 South Jefferson Street, Kittanning, PA 16201
  • New Hope Assembly of God, 9500 State Route 85, NuMine, PA 16244
  • Richard G. Snyder YMCA, 1150 N. Water Street, Kittanning, PA 16201
  • Rural Valley Fire Department, 730 Main Street Rural Valley, PA 16249
  • Templeton United Methodist Church, 207 Clay Ave., Templeton, PA 16259

For everyone’s safety we recommend that one adult pick up the meals for their children. 

Please use this form so we have enough meals for everyone! https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeqZN-SWVOiB4gUeWngYtqZgYlIed31Jk88yXkFuRC8OqXdcg/viewform 

Freeport Area School District

Updates can be found here: https://www.freeport.k12.pa.us/Content/update 

The next meal distribution is scheduled for Thursday, March 19, between 11 am and 1 pm.  

If you have a student(s) age 18 or younger enrolled in the Freeport Area School District and you are in need of school meals, please provide answers to the questions at this link and click Submit. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe65oqOoQMk6T9aImzoVnUoTvjkNiSl6yioCzWHB6S_U8iLzA/viewform 

PLEASE NOTE:  We cannot distribute meals to others on your behalf.  

If you cannot pick up the meals yourself, please call 724-295-9020 Ext 2205 and leave a message with your contact information so that we can attempt to make alternative arrangements. 

Kiski Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am-1pm
Location: East Primary

You only need to sign up once and your child will continue to receive meals each day through the remainder of the closure. Please visit the following link at https://forms.gle/ZwXcuSPWY9sUFSpM8 or contact the Food Service Department at 724-842-0467.  

Meals are free to any Kiski Area School District student and others age 18 and under. You do not have to be on free or reduced lunch to receive a meal. This is open to all. All students must be present to pick up the meals. 

Weekends Meals:

If you have signed up for and are receiving meals, your child will receive 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches on Friday to provide meals for Saturday and Sunday. You do not need to sign up again to receive the weekend meals. 

Leechburg School District

Beginning on Wednesday, March 18th
Time: 11am-1pm
On a drive up only basis, no walk throughs

Meals will be available to all students 18 and under who are within the vehicle. 

The district is continuing our backpack program for students in need through Crossroads Community Presbyterian Church, which is available daily. 

https://www.leechburg.k12.pa.us/apps/pages/index.jsp?uREC_ID=1573773&type=d&pREC_ID=1702510 

Local Business – please visit each page for guidelines

Beaver County

Please see list below on where students can get meals in their school district and Beaver County YMCA on Monday-Friday (unless otherwise noted).

*Note: This list is subject to change and will automatically be updated with the most recent info as received. Call or visit the school’s website or social media for updates/confirmation. 

Aliquippa School District

Beginning on Monday, March 16th through Friday, March 27th
Time: 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m
Aliquippa JSHS cafeteria 

Ambridge Area School District

Beginning on Tues, March 17th through Friday, March 27th
Lunch only
Ambridge High School: 11am-11:30am at the kitchen door entrance
State Street Elem in Baden: 11:15am-11:45am at the main entrance
Economy Elem: 11:30am-12pm at Kindergarten entrance 

Beaver Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 10am-12pm
Location: Bridgewater Fire Station on 619 Market Street

Any student 18 years of age or under may receive a free breakfast and lunch, whether or not they live in our community. 

Beaver County YMCA

Summertime’s Feel Good Foods (Monaca): Monday-Friday 11:15am-12:15pm
Light of Salvation (Beaver Falls): Monday- Friday 4pm-5:30pm
Beaver County YMCA: 7 days a week 5pm-6pm

  • Youth Supper on March 19th at 6:30pm will be dinner only 

Big Beaver Falls School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am – 1pm
Locations: Beaver Falls High School Tiger Alley and Big Beaver Elementary

All caregivers and families may drive-thru and pick-up meals for their children.

Lunch and breakfast will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. We will adjust daily meal counts based on participation. Meals will be given to children under 18. 

Blackhawk School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am – 12pm.

Grab ‘n Go Meals will be offered curbside at all schools: Blackhawk High School-curbside at Door #6, Highland Middle School-curbside at the Gymnasium Door, Blackhawk Intermediate School-curbside in the Bus Drop Lane, Patterson Primary School-curbside at the Front Main Entrance

Please call 724-846-9600 x1016 or email fleischmanc@bsd.k12.pa.us (daily by 10:30am) to leave your name, number of students you are requesting meals for and which building you will be picking up from. Delivery options are available. Pickups will be at the following locations:

Center for Hope

The Center for Hope will be distributing food to Ambridge students to help families in need during the school closing.  One bag of food will be distributed for each child in the family. Food will be distributed until all bags are gone. 

Food bags will be distributed at the following locations:

Crestview Village community center parking lot

  • Wednesday, March 18 at 3:30 P.M.
  • Monday, March 23 at 10:30 A.M.
  • Thursday, March 26 at 10:30 A.M. Center for Hope parking lot
  • onday, March 23 at 10:30 A.M.
  • Thursday, March 26 at 10:30 A.M.

Central Valley School District

Please contact the Food Service Department at 724-371-0715 ext 11064
(160 Baker Road Extension Monaca, Pennsylvania 15061) 

Freedom Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th through March 27th.

At the following locations, parents may drive around through the bus loop to pick up the meals at the Middle School, the Old Conway School building, or the Old Big Knob School building.

The meals will be distributed curbside. No appointments are necessary.

Meal service pick-up will take place from 4pm-6pm. 

Hopewell Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th through Friday, March 27th
Time: 11am – 1pm

Location: Junior High building’s main entrance

All meals will be distributed as grab and go, but we request that you contact the day before with the number of breakfasts and lunches needed. Please email Nancy

Barber, at barbern@hopewellarea.org or call 724.375.6691 X3009 before 3:00 theday before lunch is requested. 

Midland Borough School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th

Locations/Times:

  • 11:00 am- Four Mile Childcare Center at 13th Street
  • 11:00 am- 1st Street and Midland Ave.
  • 11:30 am- The Center at 754 Ohio Ave
  • 11:30 am- Midland Heights/Midcrest at the Fire Hall

Providing meals to any child, eighteen and under, free of charge. 

New Brighton Area School District

Beginning on Wednesday, March 18th
Time: 11am – 1pm

At the following locations:

  • Brightwood Manor Parking Lot
  • Diamond Milling – 313 5th Avenue
  • New Brighton Middle School Front Entrance

Food is provided first come, first served.  We’ll adjust meal counts daily as we learn more.   

Additionally, the District is partnering with the various New Brighton Food Banks and Food Pantries to share food and ensure they can help distribute and have ample supplies. 

Pathways Church

Locations: Chippewa 

Sack lunches with pre-packaged food for children living in Moon Area and Blackhawk school districts that will be delivered free “right to your door every day.” 

Parents should call 724-843-6381. 

Riverside Beaver County School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th through March 27th

At the following locations, Middle School bus loop, Franklin Fire Hall, and North Sewickley Fire Hall.

Meal service pick-up will take place from 4:00 pm until 6:00 pm.

The meals will be distributed curbside.

No appointments are necessary; however, for meal preparation purposes, we do ask that you order ahead of time by either completing the food distribution survey on our website or calling (724)758-7512 x3033 by noon on Tuesday. 

Rochester Area School District

Beginning on Monday, March 16th through Friday, March 27th

Time: 11:30-12:30

Drive-ups will pick-up at the back parking lot Gym entrance. Cars will enter from Deer Lane Ext. and exiting onto Reno Street.

Walk-ups will get their lunches at the gym concession entrance on Reno Street.

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th

Rochester is going to use 3 bus routes in the district to pass out meals. The first stops will be at 11:00AM. Visit for schedule: https://www.rasd.org/Page/1578 

Salvation Army of Aliquippa

Beginning on March 16th

Look out for the Salvation Army Silver Van and Black Minivan at these various locations.

The route for the Mobile Lunch Program in Aliquippa is as follows:

  • 10:45-11 AM: Raccoon Township (near Dollar General- look for black minivan)
  • 10:45-11 AM: West Aliquippa (Paul Corsi Memorial Park)
  • 11:10-11:25 AM: Logstown (Corner of Baker & Iron Street)
  • 11:30-11:45 AM: Shaw Street- (look for black minivan)
  • 11:35-11:50 AM: Valley Terrace (Front of B Building )
  • 11:50-12 PM: top of Highland Avenue (look for black minivan)
  • 12:00-12:15 PM: Plan 6 (Major Drive by Plan 6 Playground)
  • 12:15-12:25 PM: Griffith Heights Community Center (look for black minivan)
  • 12:25-12:40 PM: Plan 11 (Corner of 3rd & Jefferson Street)
  • 12:30-12:40 PM: Mt. Vernon (look for black minivan)
  • 12:50-1:15 PM: Plan 11 Extension (Jesse Bell Walker Park)
  • :25-1:35 PM: Linmar (Community Building)
  • 1:35-1:45 PM: Linmar (Corner of Tyler & Warnock Street)
  • 1:45-2:00 PM: Plan 12 (Front of Elementary School)

https://www.facebook.com/saaliquippa/?rf=109614985740545

 South Side School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Locations/times:

  • Harshberger’s- 11am
  • Mt Olivet Church- 11:20an
  • Independence Mobile Park- 11:45am
  • Sayres Mobile Park Rt 30- 11am
  • Georgetown Playground- 11:20am
  • Hookstown Church- 11:40am
  • Green Valley Church- 12pm
  • Shippingport Park- 12:20pm
  • Hanover ball fields Rt 18- 11am
  • Frankfort Springs (By Harry’s Gulf)- 11:30am
  • Timbercrest Mobile Park- 11:50an
  • Sunrise Mobile Park- 12:10pm

Meals may also be picked up at the South Side School in front of the high school main entrance from 11am-11:30am

If you cannot make any of these stops, please contact the food service at 724-573-9581 x2636 or preed@sssd.k12.pa.us or the office at x1401 and we will arrange for delivery before 12pm. 

Tiger Pause

Beginning on March 17th
Days: Monday- Thursday

Time: Between 3pm and 5pm, starting at Pleasantview 

Offering free, hot meals to youths registered in its after-school programs, but also will deliver meals to those affiliated with Children and Youth Services. 

Meals will be individually packaged and delivered to public housing sites:

  • Morado Dwellings
  • Pleasantview Homes
  • Calvin Brown (formerly Harmony Dwellings) in Beaver Falls
  • Midcrest Homes in Midland 
  • Saint Monica Academy (609 10th St., Beaver Falls)
  • Offer kids fish sticks and french fries from 4 to 6 p.m. on Fridays 
  • Tiger Pause Church (formerly REACH) (716 10th St. in Beaver Falls) will serve pancakes and sausage to go from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sundays to children 

Service will continue until further notice. 

Any child in need of a meal that is not part of Tiger Pause’s after-school program or in CYS should call 724-843-2384, Ext. 4, to request one. 

Western Beaver County School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am-12pm

Locations: Fairview ( 343 Ridgemont Dr, Midland, PA 15059) pick up will be in the bus lane in front of the blue door and the High school (216 Engle Road, Industry, PA 15052) pick up will be all the way around back at the double purple doors. 

Grab and go meals will be offered curbside at our schools or delivery service, if needed. 

Please call 724.643.8500 and choose option 5 by 10:30 to order a lunch for the next day as we MUST have the lunch count by this time. Please leave the following information:

  • Your name
  • Any dietary need
  • # of breakfasts and lunches for children aged 1-18
  • Which building you will pick up at or your address for delivery

Please see list below on where students can get meals in their school district on Monday-Friday.

*Note: This list is subject to change and will automatically be updated with the most recent info as received. Call or visit the school’s website or social media for updates/confirmation.

Butler County

Butler Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th-entire closure
Time: 11am-1pm

Please sign-up here: https://www.basdk12.org/Content2/1608

You only need to sign up once and your child will continue to receive meals each day through the remainder of the closure.

Locations: Center Avenue Community School (102 Lincoln Ave, Butler, PA 16001) or the Emily Brittain Community Partnership and Demonstration School (338 N Washington St, Butler, PA 16001)

If needed, we will also deliver.

Please note, all the meals are free to any Butler Area School District student and any other person under the age of 18.  You do not have to be on free or reduced lunch to receive a meal.  This is open to all. 

Karns City School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am-1pm

Location: Karns City High School Cafeteria (1446 Kittanning Pike, Karns City, PA 16041) 

We will be prepared to provide a meal for each student signed up though the entire closure. You only need to sign up once and your child will continue to receive meals each day through the remainder of the closure. Please sign up here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1byzeaaXD-urYYPCsfBC4Xx75H2XVbLYM9OPCdpWFTNY/viewform?edit_requested=true 

Please note, all the meals are free to any Karns City student and any other person under the age of 18.  You do not have to be on free or reduced lunch to receive a meal. 

Mars Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Offering meals for students eligible for free or reduced meals and for anyone in a student’s household who is under age 18. 

Time: 10am-2pm

Location: Mars Area High School’s Cafeteria Entrance (520 PA-228, Mars, PA 16046) 

Meals for the remainder of this week (March 17-20) may be picked up on Tuesday, March 17. Meals may then be picked up every Monday and Wednesday through the remainder of the school closure. If parents are unable to pick up meals, special arrangements may be made by contacting the District’s Food Service Department at (724) 625-1988. 

To sign up for meals, please complete the online form at the following link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSew_eph2MB_YPiY9unkCzlaLbfb2eEoQNlkda_4_JgLtAjwKg/viewform 

All form submissions are anonymous. Any specific questions may be directed to the Food Service Department at (724) 625-1988. 

Moniteau School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am-12pm

Location: Dassa McKinney Elementary School at the student drop off/pick-up lane (391 Hooker Rd, West Sunbury, PA 16061) 

Providing free meals for all children, age 18 and younger while schools are closed due to the coronavirus. You do not have to qualify for free or reduced price meals to receive this service.  This is open to all.  

Per USDA regulations, children must be present for meals to be provided.  Please stay in your vehicle and meals will be presented to the driver, based on the number of children in the vehicle.  

Parents are encouraged to complete a meal request form below for their children in advance so we can better prepare. You only need to sign up once and your child will continue to receive meals each day through the remainder of the closure.    https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1cbQ44aouJh3X6fokorxBWIJ3_QmHMoTj1UgMzrzWH-o/viewform?edit_requested=true

https://www.moniteau.org/news#emergencymealservice 

Contact the Moniteau School District Food Service Department at 724-637-2091 Ext. 1760 or jzellefrow@moniteau.org if you have questions about this service. 

Seneca Valley School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th 

Seneca Valley School District students who are eligible for free and reduced meals may obtain breakfast and lunch daily 

In order to receive these “grab and go” meals, please complete the meal request form at https://files.svsd.net/meals/survey.vbhtml. You only need to complete this form once in order to pick up meals for your child(ren) each weekday. 

Meals can be picked up from 10 a.m. – noon OR 4-6 p.m. at Connoquenessing Valley

  • Elementary (300 South Pittsburgh Street Zelienople, PA 16063), Evans City
  • Elementary/Evans City Middle School (345 Rear West Main Street Evans City, PA 16033),
  • Haine Elementary/Middle School (1516 Haine School Road Cranberry Township, PA 16066),
  • Rowan Elementary (8051 Rowan Road Cranberry Township, PA 16066) or the
  • Seneca Valley Intermediate High School (SVIHS) (126 Seneca School Road Harmony, PA 16037).

You may pick up meals for all eligible children in your family at one location. You do not need to pick up the meals at your child’s assigned school. 

If you have difficulty picking up meals at the schools, please complete the special considerations box on the form, including your phone number and a staff person will be in touch with you. 

If you are currently unemployed, without income or your income status has changed, you may be eligible for meals through the National School Lunch Program.

Please complete the application located on the food services page of the website at https://www.svsd.net/Page/209. The application may be completed online or on paper and returned to the food service department. 

For those families who are part of the Full Table Project through Grace Community Church (GCC), bags will also be available for pickup from 10 a.m. – noon or 4-6 p.m. at any of our elementary/middle school buildings and the SVIHS beginning Wednesday, March 18. You may pick up bags for all eligible children in your family at one location 

Slippery Rock Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am-1pm

Locations: Middle School (201 Kiester Rd, Slippery Rock, PA 16057) and Moraine Elementary (350 Main St, Prospect, PA 16052)

Available to students that received free or reduced meals 

South Butler County School District

Beginning on Monday, March 16th
Time: 11am – 1pm (If needed, we will also deliver.)

Location: Knoch High School (gym entrance) 

We will be prepared to provide a meal for each student signed up beginning on Monday, March 16, 2020 through the entire closure. You only need to sign up once and your child will continue to receive meals each day through the remainder of the closure.  

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfDdBjqqsdPmFkezCgNqvNQR3KWobCf_lS0hU1fW4OcqC6VVg/viewform

Lawrence County

Please see list below on where students can get meals in their school district on Monday-Friday.

*Note: This list is subject to change and will automatically be updated with the most recent info as received. Call or visit the school’s website or social media for updates/confirmation. 

Ellwood City School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17
Time: 10am-12pm

This will be a drive-up/pick up service.  The children must be present to receive a meal.

Pick-up Locations:

  • North Side Primary (501 Orchard Ave, Ellwood City, PA 16117)
  • Perry Lower Intermediate (627 Portersville Road Ellwood City, PA 16117)
  • Hartman/Lincoln (410 Fourth Street Ellwood City, PA 16117)

Bus delivery service will be available at the same time throughout the district. 

Officials are not making home deliveries, but driving throughout the district with a school bus or van. If you see a bus stopped in your neighborhood, they will be providing bagged lunches and breakfasts for the day. If you hear a bus beeping and need lunch or breakfast, wave the bus down. 

  • BUS 1: Wampum Avenue to Barry’s Ice Cream, North Side area to McKinley Ave., Wampum Road with stop at Wayne Township municipal building, Wampum proper area, Chewton, and Bridge Street. 
  • BUS 2: Parkgate area, West End, Beechwood Boulevard area, Ellwood City proper, Division Avenue area, Rosannah Street, Summit Avenue, and Perry Street. 
  • BUS 3: Ewing Park, Loop Street, Walnut Ridge Area, California Avenue, Joffre Street,
  • Old Pittsburgh Road, Hollow Road, and Route 65. 
  • BUS 4: Burnstown, Ellport, Wurtemburg Road ” The Cut-Off.”, Dutch Ridge Road, and Squaw Run Road. 
  • VAN 1: McCartney Hollow Road, Tower Road, Bates Road, Shingle Hollow / Lancaster Road, and Pleasant Hill Road. 
  • VAN 2: Route 488, Studebaker Road, Barkley Road, Mountville Road, Breakneck Road and Perry Township municipal building area. 

Any child can go to any location for meals.  You do not have to go to your school that you attend.  

Mohawk Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17 through Friday, March 27th
Time: 11:30am – 12:30pm

Providing Mohawk students, who currently receive free and reduced meals, the opportunity to continue meal service

Locations:

  • Mohawk High School gym doors (385 Mohawk School Rd, New Castle, PA 16102)
  • MoCo House in Bessemer (206 E Poland Ave, Bessemer, PA 16112)
  • Soccer Field in Hillsville (3946 W Main St Hillsville, PA 16132)
  • Enon Valley Presbyterian Church (Church Ave, Enon Valley, PA 16120)
  • New Galilee Volunteer Fire Department (606 Centennial Ave, New Galilee, PA 16141)

The district will also do a mobile transport of meals throughout the following Mobile Home Parks: Countryside, Twilight, Zoccoli, Evergreen, and Valley Site. The mobile distribution will stop at each site for a brief time period between 11:30 and 12:30.

All meals will be distributed as grab and go.

No appointments are necessary.

Qualifying students can go to any location listed above to pick-up their meals. 

Neshannock Township School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11:30am-12:00pm

Eligible students will be able to pick up free “Grab & Go Lunch” at New Castle Area High School (300 E Lincoln Ave, New Castle, PA 16101) or Lockley Early Learning Center (900 E Main St, New Castle, PA 16101) 

New Castle Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday March 17th

  • New Castle HS Main Entrance-Hurricane Drive: 11:30-12 (300 E Lincoln Ave, New Castle, PA 16101)
  • Lockley Early Learning Center- Main Entrance: 11:30-12 (900 E Main St, New Castle, PA 16101)
  • Sciota Street Housing Projects via mobile food truck: 10:45-11:15 (1118 Sciota St, New Castle, PA 16101)
  • Harbor Heights Housing Project via mobile food truck: 11:30-12 (720 Altman Road, New Castle, Pennsylvania 16101)
  • Westview Apartment Complex via mobile food truck: 12:15-12:45 (901 W Grant St, New Castle, PA 16101)
  • Church of Genesis- side entrance with ramp and awning: 11:30-12 (303 N Cedar St, New Castle, PA 16102)
  • Hito’s Restaurant- banquet entrance: 10:30-11 (194 Center Ave, West Pittsburg, PA 16160)

Shenango Area School District

Beginning on Thursday, March 19
Time: 11:00am-1:00pm

Location: High School Cafeteria, by pulling up to the rear of the building near Door 8

(2550 Ellwood Road New Castle PA, 16101) 

Shenango students who are currently eligible for free and reduced meals may obtain breakfast and lunch. 

In order to receive these meals, please complete the meal request form at http://bit.ly/2J6GfUF. You only need to complete this form once in order to pick up meals for your child(ren). 

You can remain in your vehicle and one of our volunteers will record your student information and hand you a lunch. 

If you are currently unemployed, without income or your income status has changed, you may be eligible for meals through the National School Lunch Program. Please complete the application located at www.paschoolmeals.com. The application may be completed online or on paper and returned to Lauren Chappell (lchappell@shenango.k12.pa.us) 

Union Area School District

Beginning on Tuesday, March 17th
Time: 11am-1pm

Location: Middle/High School back parking lot (2106 Camden Ave, New Castle, PA 16101)

Starting on Thursday, March 19, we will offer pick-up and delivery options.  Please fill out the following survey by tomorrow at 8:00 PM here: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdsyShlCnD28iJ1oWGsb0OD_YqnU4xPD3ftyaVvGaoL4gNMeQ/viewform 

We will provide breakfast and lunch for ALL students regardless of free or reduced lunch status.  The meals are available for all children 18 years of age or younger.  When you arrive, please stay in your car and line-up similar to arrival and dismissal  procedures.  You will be greeted by an employee near the back entrance.  Please state the number of meals needed, and they will be brought to your car.  Each meal will be bagged and include a breakfast and a lunch. 

Once we know how many families prefer the delivery option, we will design routes for the drivers.  We’ll likely use several drop-off locations similar to bus stops. Pick-up will still be available every day from 11:00 AM to 1:00 PM. 

Wilmington School District

Meals available for students eligible for free and reduced meals.

Call (724) 656-8866 x 6075 for more information

(300 Wood Street New Wilmington, Pa 16142)

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