(Waynesville)–The Waynesville School District will now offer free drive-through or walk-up breakfast and lunch at 14 locations for all children age 18 and under and eligible disabled adults through Friday, March 20th. Snack in a Pack will be available at all 14 sites on Friday as well. In addition, the district will make arrangements for food to be delivered to those who are unable to get to the sites.
The three new remote sites that are serving breakfast and lunch include:
– Retroplex, 512 Old Route 66 in St Robert
– First Baptist Church, 109 Church Street in St. Robert (located off of Zeigenbein Rd)
– Sweetwater BBQ, 14076 Highway Z in St. Robert
The others are:
– Good Samaritan of the Ozarks Resource Center, 1809 W. Historic Rt. 66 in Waynesville
– Paul’s Furniture, 100 Country Club Dr. in St. Robert
– Waynesville City Park in Waynesville
– East Elementary
– Freedom Elementary
– Partridge Elementary
– Thayer Elementary
– Wood Elementary
– Waynesville Sixth Grade Center
– Waynesville Middle School
– Waynesville High School
The drive-through service and walk-up service will be offered from 7:45 to 9 a.m. for breakfast and 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. for lunch. There are no income guidelines for free meals; this service is available to all children age 18 and under.
The children will need to be present in the vehicle or be with you when you walk to receive the meals. Regardless of where your children attend school, you may go to any of the 14 locations.
If your family is unable to arrange for transportation to either the schools or remote sites, please call 573-842-2250 to make arrangements for delivery. If you need the delivery and your family receives Snack in a Pack, please also share that information when you make the call. For those walking and/or driving, Snack in a Pack will be available at all 14 sites on Friday.
These meals will include all five food groups and milk, per accordance with state guidelines. Eligible disabled adults* over age 18 may also receive free meals at the schools and the remote locations. All meals will be “grab and go” to eliminate large groups of people in one area. All are asked to practice social distancing.
For more information about the free meals, call Food Services at 573-842-2099.