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July 28 is deadline for distance learning students to sign up for free meal program

Hardin County Schools’ School Nutrition Program will be providing curbside take-home meal pick-up for students enrolled in the Distance Learning Program.
The first week of school, take-home meals will also be provided for traditional students for the days they are not attending school in person.
Meals for the week will be distributed on Monday, Aug. 3, from 10-11 a.m. at each school site.
At the curbside meal pick-up, breakfast and lunch will be given out for each student depending on the number of days the student will be attending school the first week. Distance Learning students will receive meals for five days each week.
Meals will need to be pre-ordered by completing the Meal Survey on Hardin County Schools’ website at by Tuesday, July 28. Parents can also pre-order by calling 731-925-3943 and speaking with Kristen Tomlinson or Cheryl Cochran.
The survey will ask for the student’s name, grade and school where the meals will be picked up. Meals do not have to be picked up at the school the student attends. Students do not have to be present to pick up meals.
Meals for 5th, 8th and 12th graders may be picked up by parents from 10-11 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 3 or sent home with the student that afternoon when they leave school. Indicate on the survey which time slot you want to pick up meals for students who will be attending school on Monday so they will be ready at the appropriate time.
These meals are only for students enrolled in Hardin County Schools and all meals are at no cost.

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