Kendall will deliver all school meals beginning today – no more pickup at school

By Tom Rivers, Editor Posted 30 March 2020 at 8:29 am

KENDALL – The school district beginning today will be delivering all meals to students by bus, with a pickup at the Junior-Senior High School no longer an option.

Kendall will deliver bagged breakfasts and lunches by bus to children age 18 and younger who reside in the district. Children do not have to be enrolled in the district to receive meals, according to a notice from the district.

All meals will be delivered via school bus to homes between 10:30 a.m. to noon according to the following schedule:

• Meals delivered on Mondays will be for Monday and Tuesday.

• Meals delivered on Wednesdays will be for Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

• For Spring Recess Week, four meals will be delivered on Monday only.

“Please place a bin by your front door so our staff can safely leave meals in it,” according to a letter to the community from Julie Christensen, Kendall school district superintendent. “Please monitor delivery so food temperatures are maintained safely.”

Kendall parents picking up meals will have them delivered to their home beginning today. For families already on the distribution list no action is necessary.

To be added or removed from the meal distribution list, email Cindy Wolck at or call at 585-659-8317.

School instructional materials will be delivered on Wednesdays to students.

“Thank you for your patience as we modify our practices to keep our school family safe while school is closed. We miss our students!” Christensen said in her letter to the community.

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