FINAL DAY OF MEAL DELIVERY IS THURSDAY, JUNE 4.
Free meals are currently being provided by BHM Nutrition Services for children ages 18 and under and individuals 19 and over with state-defined mental or physical disabilities who participate in school programs. Children will receive a bag lunch for that day and a breakfast for the following day. This program will be solely for the pick up of meals and meals will not be consumed on-site. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of COVID-19 by not congregating at the school site once meals have been distributed.
Curbside meal pick-up is available Monday through Friday from 11 am -1 pm at the front doors of the following locations (unless otherwise noted):
- Buffalo Community Middle School (CLOSING EFFECTIVE JUNE 5)
- Tatanka Elementary (OPENING EFFECTIVE JUNE 8)
- Hanover Elementary
- Montrose Elementary
- Parkside Elementary (northwest corner of the school--look for signs)
- Northwinds Elementary
If you have questions about the current free meals program contact Allison Barkley at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Buffalo Food Shelf
The Buffalo Food Shelf is giving away FREE bags of kid-friendly food items that children can make for themselves at home. Each child in a family will receive about 20 pounds of kid-friendly food (e.g. pack of hot dogs, buns, fresh fruits, can of fruit, can of corn, pasta and spaghetti sauce, tuna, bread, milk, fruit juices, granola bars, and some candy treats). The food should last them at least a week, Distribution will be at the food shelf during regular hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 6-8 pm and Friday from 10:30 am - 12:30 pm. Parents or guardians should pick up for their families to limit their child's public exposure. The food shelf suggests families come once every 2 weeks for the kid-friendly bags. This program will continue until school resumes.
Fresh, Nutritious Meals
We know that when kids eat well, they learn better and play harder. That's why we're all about fresh, nutritious and tasty choices! Our meals are planned according to federal guidelines, which cover not only the amount of food offered but also the nutrient content. All meals are prepared onsite with an emphasis on using whole grain foods, along with serving a variety of colorful fruits and vegetables to encourage healthy eating.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
PIN Pad Practice Form
Print off this form to help your student practice their PIN.
Kindergarten Students: FREE
Non-Student/Second Meal: $2.20