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School Meal Schedule Changes

Meal service shifts to 4 days a week as schools prepare for hybrid learning

Eugene School District 4J has been providing youth with free to-go meals since school buildings closed due to the pandemic nearly a year ago. Now, the district is preparing to return students to school buildings in a hybrid model and is adjusting the meal distribution schedule while nutrition services staff work to get school kitchens ready to again feed students in school buildings.

Starting the week of February 22 and until further notice, all meal service will be closed on Wednesdays. Two days of free breakfast, lunch and dinner meals will be provided on Tuesdays for pick-up and delivery.

Free meals are now available every Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday for delivery and pick up between 10:45 a.m.–2 p.m. at 10 school sites across the district to all 4J students and youth 18 and younger. There is no income requirement or need to qualify. Students do not need to be present to receive a meal. The delivery of school meals is available to families who live within 4J boundary and are not near a meal pickup location or need assistance accessing meals.

Stay tuned! When the hybrid model begins, which may be as soon as March 15, the meal distribution schedule will be adjusted to accommodate the return of students to school buildings. Free meals will be provided at least through the end of the school year.


UPDATE MARCH 2021: School meals will shift to weekly delivery only, after spring break


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