Food Service

  • NEW!
  • Breakfast Aug. 3-7
  • Lunch Aug. 3-7

    Dear Parents and Guardians:

    The meal distribution for Verner and Tenth Street has been extended through the summer.  It will run through August 25, 2020. All meals are free and will be offered for all students through the National School Lunch Program's Seamless Summer Option. These meals are available to any child age 18 and younger in the Verona community residing within the Riverview School District.   

    Pick up will now be available daily.   (Monday-Wednesday-Thursday ONLY )  A breakfast and lunch will be provided on each day. On Monday you will receive extra meal for Tuesday and on Thursday you will receive extra meals for Friday. Menu’s will be posted on the district website, food service tab and on the doors/windows of the site location.  They are subject to change based on food available.

    Pick up time is  11 am to 1 pm

    Families will need to provide student pin upon pick up.  A breakfast and lunch will be provided each day on a first come, first served basis.  Service will be pick up only you are asked to not congregate at the pick-up site.

    We encourage families to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of Coronavirus by not congregating at the pick-up site once meals have been distributed, continuing to wash your hands often, sneezing or coughing into a tissue, and staying home if you are sick. 

    Contact your building principal if you have questions about this service or if you need to make arrangements for medically necessary meal accommodations. 

  • 2019-2020 Meal Program Enhancements
    see attached Press Release 
    Breakfast $1.25     Lunch $2.50  
    Breakfast $1.50     Lunch $2.75 

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