UPDATE: Shakamak announces meal plan for closure

Monday, March 16, 2020

Shakamak Schools interim superintendent Nick Karazsia sent a notice to families to explain their mean plan during closure in response to concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic.

“ We have established a program to offer meals to students during our extended school closure. The program will operate the week of March 16 – 20 and the week of March 30 – April 3. The program will not operate over Spring Break (March 23 – 27). Each food package will contain a breakfast and a lunch for a student, and the food package will be delivered.

If you would like to participate in this program, please call the cafeteria at 812-665-3550 and use extension 2310. That is the extension of the Food Service Director, Tammy Street. When you call, you will be asked to give:

(1) your name

(2) the student’s name

(3) the student’s lunch number

(4) the address to where the meal package will be delivered

(5) the days of the week that you would like to receive the food package and

(6) a contact phone number.

You are asked to call between 7-10 a.m. The food package will be delivered between 11:00 am -1:00 pm. If you call and you are asked to leave a message, please give the information stated above.

We realize that it is important to maintain the students’ health and well-being by providing nutrition throughout the day, and we are happy to offer this service to you.”

Previously, Karazsia had announced the call-in time as 7-9 a.m. but the school has now extended the time to 10 a.m.

Also, Karazsia stressed this food program is for all Shakamak students in grades kindergarten to grade 12.

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