Lunch program at Hamilton K-8 brightens students’ week

Hamilton K-8 School staff are ready to pass out weekly meals and educational packets for students at the meal distribution drive-thru event Wednesday, April 22. Anza Valley Outlook/Diane Sieker photo
Waves and smiles greeted Hamilton K-8 School staff as they passed out boxed lunches to many of the school's students during the weekly meal distribution drive up event Wednesday, April 22. During the Hemet Unified School District closure, March 16 through June 19, Nutrition Services is providing meals free of charge to children 18 years of age and under. Meals are served Wednesdays at various school locations from 9-10:30 a.m. Families that have students at the schools may participate in the drive-thru or walk-up type of meal service. For those driving, HUSD asked that all persons stay in their car, and the boxed meals will be provided for each child present. For parents with students at multiple schools, they only need to visit one location. [caption id="attachment_24689" align="
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