School District of Tomahawk’s free meal delivery cancelled, new procedures effective Monday, April 6
Schools, property closed to all except buildings and grounds, custodian personnel
FOR THE TOMAHAWK LEADER
TOMAHAWK – The School District of Tomahawk’s delivery of free breakfast and lunch to students has been cancelled after a recommendation from the Lincoln County Health Department to tighten procedures in an effort to help prevent the spread of COVID-19, Administrator Terry Reynolds said on Thursday, April 2. Curbside pickups of meals will continue on a new schedule. Deliveries scheduled for Friday, April 3 will still take place.
Reynolds stated the procedures will become effective Monday, April 6.
All free breakfast and lunch bus routes will be cancelled next week and in the future. “We will run the regular routes Friday, April 3, but that will be the last day for delivering meals,” Reynolds said.
Curbside pickups will continue with the following schedule starting, Monday, April 6, and until further notice: Mondays – Curbside pickup from 8 am to 12 p.m. for meal coverage of breakfast and lunch for both Monday and Tuesday; and Wednesdays – Curbside pickup from 8 am to 12 p.m. for meal coverage of breakfast and lunch for Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.
The School Building and all school ground property will be closed to everyone except Building and Grounds/Custodial personnel.