MECHS provides snacks or meals to students who attend the site for face-to-face learning free of charge. MECHS also participates in the Special Milk Program.
We will serve snacks to students as we begin the return to sites for face-to-face learning. The return to full meal service will be delayed until further notice.
Meal pricing for all MECHS staff and adults is $4.00 per meal.
Meal charging is not allowed.
More information about the Special Milk Program can be found at https://www.fns.usda.gov/smp/special-milk-program.
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