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Grab N' Go meals CUSD

CUSD is providing “Grab ’N’ Go” meals to students ages 18 and under from 9-11 a.m. Monday-Thursday. The district will be providing meals to students for breakfast and lunch.

COOLIDGE — Amid statewide school closures that will now last through April 10, the Coolidge Unified School District plans to launch a meal program for students in need.

Starting Monday, the school district will provide “Grab ’N’ Go” breakfast and lunch meals to students ages 18 and under, which will be available for pick-up in the Coolidge High School cafeteria parking lot. The free program will run Monday-Thursday from 9-11 a.m. throughout the duration of the closures.

District administrations noted that the program will be drive-thru only and urged everyone picking up meals to remain in their vehicles, as cafeteria staff will directly deliver meals to each child in the vehicle.

In addition, administrators indicated that should the school closures be extended further, the points of service will be expanded.

In response to the decision to continue the school closures for another two weeks by Gov. Doug Ducey, Superintendent Charie Wallace announced that CUSD will likely be rolling out a plan for curriculum within the next week.

COOLIDGE — Amidst an extended statewide closure of Arizona Schools that will last through April 10, the Coolidge Unified School District plans to launch a program to provide meals to students in need. 

Starting on Monday, March 23, the district will be providing "Grab n' Go" meals to students ages 18 and under for breakfast and lunch. The program will run Monday-Thursday from 9-11 a.m.

District administrators advised that the program will be drive-thru only and urged all individuals picking up meals to remain in their vehicles, as cafeteria staff will deliver meals directly to each child in the vehicle. 

The district will provide the service throughout the duration of the school closures. CUSD staff indicated that if the school closures are extended further, the points of service would be expanded by the district. 

Superintendent Charie Wallace also announced in response to the extended statewide school closures that the district will likely roll out a curriculum plan within the next week. 

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