Starting the week of November 2, there will be a change to the Grab-and-Go Meal Service program.
Meal pick-up days will change to Monday, Wednesday and Friday only.
Masks and Social Distancing will be required.
This does not mean fewer meals! Instead of coming every day and only picking up breakfast and lunch for one day, we are adjusting the distribution schedule to Mon/Wed/Fri and allowing families to pick up meals to cover two days at a time. This will also allow families to grab an extra breakfast and lunch on Friday to help with food needs on Saturday.
In accordance with new USDA rules,Woodland School District 50 will continue to offer breakfast/lunch meals to children ages 1 through 18 at no cost to the family. This is considered a community based program. This is for all children regardless of your current meal program code (free, reduced or paid).
Meals will be packaged as a combined breakfast and lunch and distributed from 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Pick up locations:
Woodland Middle School – 7000 W Washington St, Gurnee
Kehm Blvd & Koehmstedt Ave, Park City
Ted Ave & Koehmstedt Ave, Park City
Robert H. Allen Park - Green View Dr, Park City
Park Terrace Apts/Green Valley Apts – 4100 Greenleaf Ct, Park City
Betty Russell Community Park – 5300 Pinewood Rd, Gurnee
Backyard Steak Pit (in parking lot) – 1818 N Grandwood Dr, Gurnee
Willow Point Park – N Cove Rd, Gages Lake
Landings at Amhurst Lake – S White Oak Dr (by the playground), Waukegan
Based on the current program under the USDA, meals will consist of the following components:
Breakfast Components: Protein or Grain, 1 Serving Fruit/Vegetable, Milk
Lunch Components: Meat or Meat Alternative (Vegetarian), Vegetable, Fruit, Grain, Milk
(Examples of Meat Alternatives: Cheese Pizza, Cheese, Sun Butter, Salad, Yogurt, Hummus)
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BREAKFAST AND LUNCH MENUS
In accordance with new USDA rules, we are now able to serve meals to children 18 & under at no cost to the family. Therefore detailed daily menus are no longer available. This free community program results in less food waste. This is for all children regardless of your current meal program code (free, reduced or paid).