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FOOD & NUTRITION PROGRAM
SCHOOL MEALS ARE AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS ENROLLED IN DISTANCE LEARNING
Beginning Monday, September 14, 2020, free school meals will be available for pickup for all students enrolled in Sanford School Department’s Distance Learning Program. Meals should be pre-ordered by 7:00 pm the night before using this Daily order form. This daily form can be found on the Sanford School Department website under Family Links - Food and Nutrition Program. The meals may be picked up between 11:00 am and noon on school days at Lafayette School and Sanford High School.
Wednesdays are currently remote learning days for ALL students enrolled with the Sanford School Department. Beginning September 30, 2020, there will be four additional sites where free school meals will be available for pickup for all enrolled students on Wednesdays only. Meals should be pre-ordered by 7:00 pm the night before using the Wednesday Only order form . This Wednesday Only form can be found on the Sanford School Department website under Family Links - Food and Nutrition Program. The meals will be available for pick up between 11:00 am and noon every Wednesday at Carl J. Lamb School, Margaret Chase Smith School, Sanford Middle School and the Memorial Gym.
FMI call the School Nutrition Program office at 608-8762.
Holly Hartley, School Nutrition Director
Phone: 608-8761 or 608-8762
Diane Tapscott, Administrative Assistant
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