Pittsfield Schools Remote Food Service Schedule

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PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Beginning on Monday, Nov. 16 all Pittsfield Public Schools students returning to remote learning will be offered breakfast and lunch to take home via a "grab and go" bag.

Because of rising COVID-19 cases in the community, the district announced Nov. 12 that all schools will go fully remote with a planned reinstitution of in-person learning on Dec. 7.

The district still plans to provide daily meals through "grab and go bags." 

 

• All children ages 18 & under can participate the Pittsfield Public Schools free meal program

• Breakfast and lunch will be packaged together

• Hot ready to eat meals will be available

• Parents can continue to pick-up meals for their children

• New meal times will not conflict with remote learning lunch schedules

• Additional meal sites made available for easier access

• Meal pick-ups do not have to take place at the school a child attends

• Children and families can pick up from any meal site

 

Beginning Monday, Nov. 16 through Friday, Dec, 4. Grab & Go Breakfast and lunch will be served:

 

• Berkshire Peak Apartments (West Street) 11:00 -11:30

• Brattlebrook Apartments (April Lane) 11:00 -11:30

• Christopher Arms Apartments (John Street) 11:00 - 11:30

• Dower Square Housing Village (Wahconah Street) 11:00 -11:30

• Wilson Park Housing (Mohawk & Memorial Drive) 11:00 -11:30

• Allendale Elementary School (Connecticut Ave) 11:00-11:45

• Capeless Elementary School (Brooks Ave) 11:00-11:45

• Conte Community School (West Union Street) 11:00-11:45

• Egremont Elementary (Egremont Ave) 11:00-11:45

• Herberg Middle School (Pomeroy Ave) 11:00-11:45

• Morningside Community School (Burbank Street) 11:00-11:45

• Pittsfield High School (East Street, Longfellow ) 11:00 - 11:45

• Reid Middle School (North Street) 11:00-11:45

• Stearns Elementary School (Lebanon Ave) 11:00-11:45

• Williams Elementary School (Bushey Rd) 11:00-11:45

 

For additional questions regarding foodservice offerings during the transition to in-person learning, please email ppsnutrition@pittsfield.net

 

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