Grab-and-Go meals to be offered again
Grab-and-Go meals offered through the Brookhaven School District will be provided again starting Thursday.
Each weekday from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. in the front parking lots of Lipsey School and Mullins School, free meals for anyone age 18 and younger will be provided.
The meals will be delivered to the vehicle and placed into the trunk. If the vehicle has no trunk, the meals will be placed on a table and someone from the vehicle will need to get out and pick up the meal from the table.
Children must be present in the vehicle to receive a lunch. They do not have to be students in the Brookhaven School District, and do not have to qualify for free or reduced meals during the regular school year. Adult meals will not be available.
Each child will receive a lunch — intended to be eaten that day — and a breakfast intended for consumption the following day. Food safety guidance will be distributed with meals.
Cars, bikers and walk-ups are all welcome. The program will be extended additional weeks as needed.
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