HRCSD Nutrition Services
School Meals will end on the last day of school (June 15th, 2021)
Summer Meals - we will be feeding children attending our summer school programs at the following schools.
Who: Any child ages 1-18 years old are eligible for one breakfast and one lunch per school day.
When: July 6-30th
- Cascade Locks Elementary School, 300 Wanapa St.
- May Street Elementary School, 1001 10th St.
- Mid-Valley Elementary School, 3686 Davis Dr.
- Wy’east Middle School, 3000 Wy’east Rd.
- Hood River Valley High School, 1220 Indian Creek Rd.
*Hood River Valley High School will have breakfast/Lunch grab and go meals July 6-30th from 12:00 pm - 12:15 pm daily.
*If you would like to receive meals for your child(ren) July 6-30 but do not have children attending summer school, please call or email Heidi Benson and we can make an arrangement for you to pick up meals daily. Heidi Benson, phone 541-387-5011 or email Heidi.email@example.com.
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