Student(s)/parent(s)/guardian(s) can pick up 5 frozen breakfasts and lunch meals on Wednesday, August 26th from 11:00-12:00 at the Elementary and Middle/High School. This is available for any students enrolled in Hancock ELC, Elementary, and Middle/High School. Pickup location is at the back of the school cafeteria.
Hancock County Schools will be providing meal service during the hybrid setting to all of our students. To better serve our students and their families, please respond to the following questions.
Breakfast and lunch will be available to any child enrolled in our school system.
Meals will be delivered every Wednesday beginning on August 19th by the buses until further notice. A week's worth of frozen meals will be provided by the school system to each student. In order to receive meals provided by the bus, you must have your responses submitted by Friday of the previous week. Once you submit your information, you will continue receiving meals for each week until further notice.
We will also provide a pick up time on Wednesdays as well for those who would prefer to come by the school to pick up meals. Planned pick up times will be between 11:00 - 12:00 at Hancock Elementary School.
Please complete one form per household.
If anyone has a change of address or has not received boxes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the issue and include:
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