Schools To Offer Free Meals At Early Learning Program


Lincoln County School District is glad to share that as part of the Lincoln County School District’s National School Lunch Program, they are able to start providing meals at no charge in LCSD Early Learning programs beginning yesterday, January 13, 2020.  School meals are

currently provided at no-charge for grades K-12 throughout the district. All morning and full-day programs will have breakfast and lunch available and afternoon programs will have lunch and a snack. The no-charge meals are available to all children participating in early learning

programs, no matter what age. 


Menus will be posted in the classrooms. The program is voluntary; parents who do not wish to

participate do not need to do so.“We are happy to be able to collaborate with Sodexo and the Lincoln County School District in order to provide these meals at no charge and I hope that it gives parents and our families one less thing to worry about,” said Lauren Sigman, Early Childhood Education Coordinator of Lincoln County School District.


Curious about how the meals might taste and learn about our food offerings? Public are welcome to attend a free event on Thursday, January 23, 2020 from 5:30 PM to 7 PM at Sam Case Elementary School, 459 NE 12 th Street, Newport, OR 97365. This is a Community Dinner with presentations from the OSU Extension service, Lincoln County School District students and staff, Sodexo food service, and more. Parents will have a chance to ask about the meals and learn about providing food to students in all of the Lincoln County School District public schools.

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