FRAMINGHAM – Framingham Public Schools are providing a free breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday at four schools during the coronavirus crisis.
The meals are available for all children ages under 18, that live in Framingham.
Families can drive up to the three elementary and one middle school, where they will be met by a member of the food service team member. Walk-ups are also welcome.
Each school-age child that is present will receive one lunch for that day and one breakfast for the next morning, per visit, according to the public school district.
- Cameron Middle School – 215 Elm Street
- Barbieri Elementary School – 100 Dudley Road
- Fuller Middle School – 31 Flagg Drive
- Wilson Elementary School- An IB World School – 169 Leland Street
Hours are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday until school re-opens.
The lunches are free to all families, not just those on free & reduced lunch. Children must be present to receive the meals.
Yesterday, about 200 students received meals.
There were 60 meals distributed at Wilson Elementary, 51 meals at Barbieri Elementary, 49 meals at Fuller Middle and 40 meals at Cameron Middle school, said Superintendent Bob Tremblay last night.
The Framingham Public School staff members are wearing masks and gloves and delivering the food on a tray, explained Finance and Operations Manager Lincoln Lynch IV.
They have been trained to keep that 6-foot distance, Lynch told the School Committee last night.
Yesterday’s breakfast was cinnamon toast crunch, milk, a juice pouch, and animal crackers
Yesterday’s lunch was a turkey & cheese sandwich, carrots, apple, pretzel plus chocolate milk.