(Waynesville)–The Waynesville School District is continuing its food distribution bus routes today through May 1st. The new routes are listed on the School District website. Because of the “Stay in Place” order that has been issued, the school district requests that only one member of a family go to the bus to pick up the food when that is a reasonable option. Beginning Tuesday, April 7, the district will add a super snack in addition to providing breakfast and lunch. Patrons are reminded that no classes were planned for Friday, April 10th, and Monday, April 13th, because of the Easter holiday. Because of this, there will be no free meals provided these two days. The bus route times have been moved back to the 9:15 to 10:15 time frame.
Children ages 0 to 18 may receive free meals at the bus stops, along with qualified mentally and physically handicapped adults who participate in a school program. There are no income guidelines for free meals. Four schools are continuing to offer the meals and have converted to the new times. These schools are Wood Elementary and Partridge Elementary on Fort Leonard Wood, Freedom Elementary in St. Robert, and Waynesville High School in Waynesville.
If a member of your family has food allergies, please call the Waynesville Community Resource Office at 573-842-2250 to make special arrangements.