TULSA, Okla. — Tulsa Public Schools announced students can get seven days' worth of grab-and-go meals when classes are not in session for the district’s January intersession, which runs from Monday, Jan. 18 to Friday, Jan. 22.
The meals include breakfast, lunch, and dinner free of charge, according to TPS officials. All Tulsa children ages 18 and under are eligible.
Meals will be available for pick up on Friday, Jan. 15 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
While parents who bring their child to the meal-sites and stops will not have to provide ID, parents and families can pick up meals without having their student present with one of the following forms of student identification:
- school report card, student ID card or Clever (distance learning) log-in badge;
- child’s passport; birth certificate; government-issued child identification card;
- text message from the district’s short-code (67-587); or
- any document providing parent/guardian identity and relationship to the child, such as an adoption decree; doctor, clinic, or hospital record; religious record; or daycare center record.
District staff will continue to follow COVID-19 health and safety guidelines for health screenings, personal protective equipment, and safe distancing. Parents and families are asked to follow City of Tulsa safety guidance around face masks and safe distancing.
For more information on meal-sites and service times, click here.
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