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Richland One Parents Asked to Complete Online Meal Survey by August 7



In preparation for the start of the new school year and to meet students’ needs during the COVID-19 pandemic, Richland One’s Nutrition Services Office is asking all parents and guardians to complete its online meal survey by Friday, August 7. The survey only needs to be completed for meals requested during the eLearning/Virtural reopening of school models. Meals will be delivered via pre-planned bus routes. If you do not not wish to receive delivered meals during the eLearning / Virtual models, completing the survey is not required.


“In the midst of COVID-19, Nutrition Services is working diligently to prepare for the 2020-2021 school year,” said Nutrition Services Director Tracy Dixon. “Completing the survey will assist us in proper planning and implementation of our meal programs.”

The link to the survey - - is also posted on the district’s website


This fall, Richland One will continue to provide meals at no cost to all district students regardless of income thanks to the federal Community Eligibility Provision funded by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s National School Lunch and School Breakfast Programs.