SCSD No. 1 Offering Free Meals Over Spring Break

SCSD No. 1 Offering Free Meals Over Spring Break

Sweetwater County School District No. 1 will be offering free grab-n-go meals to all children 18-years-old and younger during spring break next week.

ROCK SPRINGS — All children 18 years old and younger living in Rock Springs will be able to receive free grab-n-go meals from Sweetwater County School District No. 1 through the District’s spring break.

Participants in the program do not have to be enrolled in SCSD No.1, according to Nutrition Services Director Angie Erramouspe.

Information about the grab-n-go meals program is as follows:

Who: ALL Children 18 years old and younger (Enrollment in SCSD No.1 is not required)
Where: Rock Springs High School (1375 James Drive)
Pick-up Dates: Friday, March 12th; and Monday – Friday, March 15th – March 19th
Pick-up Time: 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

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Breakfast and lunch will be served during spring break each weekday school is not in session.

  • Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday: Two meals will be provided (1 breakfast and 1 lunch).
  • Thursday:  Four meals will be provided (2 breakfasts and 2 lunches) for Thursday and Friday meals.
  • Each Friday: Four meals are provided (2 breakfasts and 2 lunches) for Saturday and Sunday meals.

Parents may park in the parking lot located on the east side of Rock Springs High School on the corner of Cottonwood Drive and James Drive and then pick up meals from the three-stall garage door area.

Sweetwater County School District No. 1 still has a mask mandate in place, so parents and students are asked to wear a mask as they walk up to get the meals at the tables set up by Nutrition Services staff.

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