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Virtual Meal Program 2020-21

Forms are available from Friday @ 6:00 am to Tuesday @ 3:00 pm and must be filled out for each student once a week. You may submit the form by clicking your appropriate button below.

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HYBRID LEARNER-
This is for students who are IN SCHOOL two days and will pick-up three days worth of meals beginning this Friday, October 23 that will cover them for next week (Order form available Friday through Tuesday 3:00pm each week to pick up each Friday).
VIRTUAL LEANER- This is for students who are 100% virtual learners who will pick up 5 days worth of meals beginning this Friday, October 23 that will cover them for next week (Order form available Friday through Tuesday 3:00pm each week to pick up each Friday).

BEGINNING October 30, MEAL PICK UP CHANGES to 10:00-11:30am.

 

 

 

Updated Meal Program Information for All Students (October 16, 2020)

As a way to better accommodate the needs of our students and parents, beginning on Friday, October 23, 2020 Bartlett City Schools (BCS) will provide meals for those students who are enrolled in our 100% virtual or hybrid learning environment with pick-up once a week. Pick-up will consist of three (3) meals for students enrolled in our hybrid model or five (5) meals for students enrolled in our 100% virtual learning environment. Meals must be pre-ordered to ensure they are available when you arrive. Meals will be available at Bartlett High School each Friday from 10:00am-11:30am. Please note that daily meals will only continue through October 23, 2020 and will then switch to weekly pick-ups.


For information relating to this meal program, including how to view menus or to fill out a form, visit our BCS School Nutrition website 
here.

For our virtual or hybrid students to participate in the meal program for the 2020-2021 school year please see the below information and instructions you must follow (this meal program is different from the program we offered in the Spring of 2020):

  •       All students eat free until further notice.
  •       Parents can pick-up pre-packaged meals on Friday to cover their child’s meals for the following week. Meal pick-up will be each Friday from 10:00am-11:30am. Please note: hybrid students will only receive three (3) meals for the days they are not in school each week. Hybrid students cannot pick-up meals for the days they are in school. Virtual students will receive five (5) meals for the days they are learning at home.
  •       Each meal must be pre-ordered to ensure a meal is available for you to pick up. You will need your child’s school meal PIN number when ordering. If neither you nor your child knows his or her student meal PIN number, you may contact your child’s lunch room manager or email our BCS Nutrition Supervisor Amy Tucker at atucker@bartlettschools.org to find out.
  •       On-site ordering is not allowed. Meals must be pre-orderedby the Tuesday before you pick-up your meals on Friday. Each meal will include both breakfast and lunch as a set.
  •       Our meal pick-up site is located at the back of the Bartlett High School campus. Refer to the attached map of Bartlett High School for specific driving and pick-up instructions.
  •       To pick up your meal, either your child must be present or you must provide each student’s meal PIN number.
  •       This meal site is a drive through program. Individuals should not exit their vehicle. A BCS staff member will deliver your meal(s) directly to your vehicle. Individuals are not allowed to eat their meal on the Bartlett High School campus.

For any additional questions or information, please visit the School Nutrition website here or contact our BCS Nutrition Supervisor Amy Tucker at atucker@bartlettschools.org.

 

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