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Sabine Parish School District to Replace Grab and Go Meals with New Meal Program | Around The Town

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The Sabine Parish School system has applied for Emergency “Meals to You,” a
partnership between the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty, the U.S.
Department of Agriculture, and the Louisiana Department of Education as an option for
meal distribution during the COVID-19 school closures and the “stay at home” order
from Governor John Bel Edwards.

Sabine Parish families who previously requested meals will receive 10 meals (5
breakfasts and 5 lunches) for each child under the age of 18.The shelf-stable, easy-to-prep,
kid friendly meals will be delivered by mail weekly for the duration of the school
closure.

Once approved, the Baylor Collaborative will begin sending meals. It is
expected that meals will begin shipping shortly after the registration process is
completed.

Feeding the children of Sabine Parish is of the utmost importance; the Board and
District staff worked to find a feeding option that ensures the safety of all stakeholders.

For up to date information about the “Meals to You” program, please visit https://www.sabine.school/.

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