The Kansas City, Kansas, Public Schools will begin serving both breakfast and lunch at two additional locations starting Monday, March 30, according to a school district announcement.
The meals will be distributed from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through Friday, at six KCKPS school locations:
Arrowhead Middle School
Wyandotte High School
Schlagle High School
Harmon High School
Banneker Elementary School
Rosedale Middle School
The district served more than 7,500 meals to students this week through the grab-and-go lunch sites, a district spokesman stated.
Students can use any of the locations to pick up a meal. The curbside service is designed to provide meal options during school closure and also to help promote personal health as well as social distancing.
For more information, visit the school district’s website at kckps.org, or call the district’s Call Center at 913-627-2455 with any questions.
The “stay-home” order issued by Gov. Laura Kelly today starts on Monday, and will not affect any of the district’s plans for curbside meal pickup and distributing technology next week, according to a social media post by the school district.