Child Nutrition Virtual Learning Meal Options - Revised

Meal Order Form

USDA announced its waiver extension of the Seamless Summer Option, which allows schools to offer meals to all children at no charge through December 31, 2020 (dependent on available funding). What does this mean?  Effective Tuesday, September 8, 2020, the School District of Newberry will offer all meals to all students at no cost.  Elementary schools, which participate in Community Eligibility Provision (CEP), already receive the benefit of meals at no cost and will not be impacted by the change.  Middle and High Schools however will notice the difference as they will not be charged for meals (limited to one breakfast and one lunch per day).   Middle & High school students participating in the Hybrid Module can pick up meals as they leave school each Monday or Tuesday.  If students are participating in after school activities, parents may opt to pick up meals for their student on Wednesday of each week.  Newberry One e-Learning students will also continue to pick up meals on Wednesday of each week.  Offering meals at no cost will increase participation and it is asked that parents complete an on-line order form or call the schools café to pre-order meals for Wednesday pick up.  Details can be found on the Nutrition Department web site at