Student Nutrition Services staff with Centerville City Schools will be preparing breakfasts and lunches for students who qualify for the State of Ohio’s free and reduced-price meal program.
Dayton Public Schools will continue to provide breakfast and lunch to students every Wednesday during each week of the closure. Click here for a list of distribution locations.
Fairborn City Schools has developed a program to support kids while they’re out of school due to the coronavirus.
Huber Heights City Schools will have meal bags available for families to pick-up.
National Trail Local Schools is offering lunch delivery.
Students who are on Free/Reduced Lunch or apart of the “Boro Backpack Program” with Springboro Schools will still be able to receive food while the district is closed.
Click here for food distribution information from Trotwood-Madison schools.
West Carrollton City Schools is serving meals through Grab and Go pick-up. Click here for a list of locations.
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