Spokane Public Schools is offering free five-day meal kits for all children age 18 and younger. Traditional and vegetarian options are available. Pickup times are Mondays, 11:50 a.m.-12:50 p.m.; Tuesdays, 5-6 p.m.; and Wednesdays, 11:50 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Meals may be picked up at any SPS location other than Pratt, Libby, Montessori, Bryant, The Community School, On Track Academy and NEWTech. For more information visit spokaneschools.org/mealkits.
Central Valley School District is offering free breakfast and lunch for virtual students with submitted applications. Meals may be picked up on a daily or weekly basis at any CVSD location other than Spokane Valley Tech. For additional information, visit cvsd.org/apps/pages/nutrition.
Cheney Public Schools is distributing free meals for families participating in distance learning, at no charge until winter break. Pick up two breakfasts, two lunches and four milks on Monday’s and Wednesdays, and one breakfast, one lunch and two milks on Friday’s. Adjustments will be made for weeks containing a holiday or other non-school day. Visit bit.ly/35ghlxI for a list of pickup locations.
Free breakfasts and lunches for students may be picked up at Deer Park Middle School from noon-12:30 p.m. For more information call (509) 464-5500.
East Valley School District will be delivering free meals to all children, regardless of school district, ages 1-18. Includes one breakfast and one lunch. For more information, and to find a delivery location near you, visit evsd.org.
Liberty School District emergency feeding program has been extended through the 2020-21 school year. Breakfasts and lunches available for pickup at various locations between noon-1 p.m. Call (509) 245-3211 or visit libertysd.us/site/Default.aspx?PageID=99 for more information.
Mead School District will be providing free meals for all children through June 30. For more information and for pickup locations, call (509) 465-6100 or visit mead354.org/apps/news/article/1316768.
— Compiled by Emily Connery, email@example.com; (509) 459-5434.
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