FREE MEALS AVAILABLE WHILE SCHOOLS ARE CLOSED Schools closed due to the Coronavirus are able to provide free meals to all students through the National School Lunch Program’s Seamless Summer Option. These meals are available for all families and to any Midd-West Student age 18 and younger. The Midd-West School District invites families and care-givers to drive through and pick up meals beginning Wednesday, March 25, 2020. Pre-packed Lunch and Breakfast for the following day will be provided on a first come, first served basis. Students must be present in order for meals to be provided. Please stay in your car as you drive through, and meals will be passed through based on the number of students in your vehicle. If you walk to a site to pick up a meal, please do not congregate at the site. Pick up is available at the following locations, Monday-Friday at: Midd-West High School Main Office Loop 11:00 am--12:30 pm West Snyder Elementary School Office Loop 11:00 am--12:30 pm Breakfasts will include (but are not limited to) Cereal, Fruit/Juice, and Milk, along with napkin and straw. Lunches will include (but are not limited to) sandwiches, fresh vegetables, fruit, and milk, along with napkin and straw. We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of Coronavirus by not congregating at the pick-up site once meals have been distributed, continue to wash your hands often, sneeze or cough into a tissue, and stay home if you are sick. Contact the Midd-West School District Food Service Department at 570-837-0046 ext 1601 or if you have questions about this service or if you need to make arrangements for medically necessary meal accommodations.
over 2 years ago, News
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almost 3 years ago, News
New MWSD Webpage and App Midd-West School District now has a new look to the webpage! Also, go the Play Store and download our new App (search for MWSD)for the latest news and updates from the school district.
about 3 years ago, News