Nutrition services UPDATE March 16th

March 16, 2020

Hello families,

 

Please see the update below from the PGUSD regarding nutrition services:

 

 

Drive-thru or walk-up to either location for a free meal comprised of lunch and next-day breakfast from 11:30a - 12:15p, Monday through Friday during school closures.

 

· Pacific Grove High School: distribution in student parking lot off of Sunset Dr.

 

· Robert Down Elementary: distribution in front of Pine Ave. gate between the main building and kinder wing  

 

*Student(s) must be present to receive meal(s). One meal per child aged 18 and younger.

 

 

 

MONDAY                          TUESDAY                       WEDNESDAY                        THURSDAY                                                         FRIDAY



 

 

 

Breakfast:

 

Assorted Baked Item & Raisin

 

 

 

Lunch:

 

Sunflower Seed Butter & Jelly Sandwich

 

String Cheese

 

Crackers

 

Carrots

 

Fruit Juice



 

Breakfast:

 

Assorted Baked Item & Raisin

 

 

 

Lunch:

 

Protein Box – egg, string cheese, apple, carrots, roll

 

OR

 

Turkey & Cheese Sandwich box w/ apple, carrots



 

Breakfast:

 

Assorted Cereal & Raisin

 


 

 

 

 

Lunch:

 

Chicken House Salad w/ Dinner  Roll

 

OR

 

Vegetarian House Salad w/ Dinner  Roll



 

Breakfast:

 

Assorted Baked Item & Raisin

 

 

 

Lunch:

 

Protein Box – egg, string cheese, apple, carrots, roll

 

OR

 

Turkey & Cheese Sandwich box w/ apple, carrots



 

Breakfast:

 

Assorted Baked Item & Raisin

 

 

 

Lunch:

 

WOWbutter & Jelly Sandwich

 

Crackers

 

Veggies w/ Ranch

 

Fruit Juice


 

 

 

 

*1% milk / nonfat chocolate milk available at pick-up with meal. *Menu and availability subject to change.  

 

 

 

Reminders

 

The most effective way to slow and disrupt the transmission of the pandemic is by implementing social distancing practices. In order for these preventative measures to be effective, students should stay home and minimize social contact as much as possible to keep caregivers and adult family members safe. Children have not been shown to be a high-risk group for serious illness from this virus. However, they can transmit the virus to those most vulnerable. Public health officials recommend that families make arrangements for childcare during closure that avoid leaving children with elderly or those with compromised immune systems, those who are more vulnerable to the impact of the virus.

 

The school sites will send site-specific updates to families at 4pm so please keep an eye out for more communications.  

 

The next District update will be at 11am tomorrow, Tuesday, March 17.
 
Thank you & stay safe,
 
Ralph Porras
Superintendent

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