UPDATE: Meals will continue in the same fashion after school is out from 5/14 - 6/30. The only change is there will no longer be delivery to rural/country students. These families are welcome to order meals to be picked up at the elementary schools. Also, the form used for ordering is no longer needed.
Meal service is available to children ages 1-18. The service is FREE. Please fill out this form or call 620-842-5183 x 5577 to place your order for the week. All orders should be placed by Sunday for the following week.
Students who are on a bus route will have meals delivered between 11-1. Anthony and Harper residents will pick up meals at the respective elementary schools between 11-1. Students will receive lunch for the current day and breakfast for the following day. Students must be present at meal pick up.
Beginning Tuesday, April 7 parents/guardians will be given a card with the number of children in the vehicle at meal pick up time. From then on, you will not need to bring the children with you. Instead, keep the card in your vehicle to show at meal pick up and you will be handed the number of meal sacks that is indicated on the card.
In order for all children ages 1-18 in your household to receive a meal, you must bring the children on the day you get the card. Also, the card is to be used by parents or guardians only. You are still welcome to bring your children daily, we do enjoy seeing them!
If you live in town and are not able to pick up meals, Revolution Fellowship in Anthony (620-842-5318) and Pleasant Valley Mennonite Church in Harper (620-896-2004) have offered to make in-town deliveries. You will need to complete a consent for disclosure which can be obtained from either church.
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