Grab and go student meals will be provided during school
closure. In order to limit large groups of people gathering, meals will be
delivered in a new method. Details include:
Meals will be provided daily Monday through Friday, beginning March 16, 2020. Meals will not be provided March 30-April 3 (Spring Break).
Meals will only be available from 9:00am – 11:00am at schools and participating centers.
Meals will include one day of breakfast and lunch provided in one bag.
Meals will be available for pick-up and taken home to eat.
Meals can be picked up by students or their families. Parents/guardians may pick up to 4 meals at a time.
Meals will be delivered via school bus to a number of locations in the area, including all schools, some bus stops and some after-school community centers. Brief bus stops for Grab and Go Meals include: Brief Bus Stop Locations Centers (serving 9-11am) include:
All 10 schools
John DeShields Community Center: 1235 McCasland Avenue
Orr Weathers Community Center: 1400 East Broadway, Building 12
Griffin Center: 2630 Lincoln
Forest Village: 4313 Forest Blvd
Roosevelt Center: 1328 North 44th Street
Sinai Family Life Center: 1200 St. Louis Avenue
Mary Brown Center: 606 South 15th Street
Lessie Bates Davis Neighborhood House: 1200 North 13th Street
Christian Activity Center: 540 North 6th Street
Jackie Joyner Kersee Center: 101 Jackie Joyner Kersee Circle
School District 189 Student
Support Text Helpline: 618-249-4443
District 189 Student Support Staff are only a text away during these stressful times. If students have social-emotional needs, staff can be reached at 618-249-4443.
The Compassion Center has created a FREE virtual technical support and homeschooling program for Perkins youth. Click the links below for instructions.
Meals are provided on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Highland Elementary, 174 Shepley Dr. (9:30-10:30 a.m.), Central Middle School, 9800 Patricia Barkalow (11 a.m.-noon) and at Lemasters Elementary School, 1825 Crown Point Dr. (12:30-1:30 p.m.).
Meals are provided on Wednesdays and Fridays at Glasgow Elementary School, 10560 Renfrew Dr. (9:30-10:30 a.m.), Meadows Elementary School, 9801 Edgefield Dr. (11 a.m.-noon) and at Westview Middle School, 1950 Nemnich (12:30-1:30 p.m.).
Normandy Meals & Laptops:
The Normandy Schools Collaborative is distributing to-go breakfasts and lunches for students. Meals are being dropped off with students and families at bus stops throughout the district beginning at 10 a.m. Meals also are available at drive-through pick-up locations at each school (except CASA) between the hours of 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Also, families who do not have computers at home may check out district Chromebooks (one per family) to support remote learning. Pick-up times are 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Wednesday, March 25 and 2 p.m. – 5 p.m. Thursday, March 26 at Lucas Crossing School Complex, 7837 Natural Bridge Rd.
Emotional Support: Linea PAS 1-800-981-0023 or App Linea PAS – ASSMCA
San Juan Municipality COVID-19 Drive-Thru Tests: 787-754-2956 or 787-754-7055 (patient has to call and make an appointment).
Emotional Support and Medication: APS Clinics 787-641-9133
All services given by the San Juan Municipality are close at
the moment, just working those who have to do with Public Health. The
Department of Family Services is close and just providing food for those who
live in shelters or programs under that agency.
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