City Schools serving 'grab and go' breakfast and lunches for all students
Announcement from Batavia City Schools:
Due to Genesee County declaring a countywide state of emergency, Batavia City School District will remain closed until further notice, including all school-based activities.
However, the District is taking steps to do whatever it can to support our students and our families during this unprecedented time of uncertainty.
Our nutritional services department will be providing free “grab and go” breakfast and lunch bags for all students (and all household family members under the age of 18). These will be distributed each school day from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. by the entrance of all District building properties, including the Robert Morris building, as pictured and as described here:
- Jackson: Pick up will be from the loop in front of the building (via Jackson Street);
- JK: Pick up will be in the parent loop (Vine Street);
- MS: Pick up will be on the side of the building; Please enter via Walker Place;
- HS: Pick up will be from the loop in front of the school (State Street);
- RM: Bus loop on side of the building (Union Street).
If this arrangement for food distribution poses a challenge for your family, please call your child’s school’s main office. The number for all District offices is 343-2480, then add the appropriate extension for your school building as follows: Jax is ext. 4000, JK is ext. 5000, BMS is ext. 3000, BHS is ext. 2000).
In addition, the District is collaborating with community partners about additional resources regarding food distribution and will provide updates as they become available.
Instructional information for students is also being made available so that students can continue to engage in their studies as much as possible.
All students, K-12 will have access to materials through the COVID-19 tab on our website, or through this direct link. In addition, Jackson Primary and John Kennedy will be providing paper packets for K-4 students that will be distributed with the “grab and go” breakfast/lunch bags.
Please continue to check our Facebook page and website. We will be providing updates as they become available. In addition, if you have specific questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us by email, the “Let’s Talk” app accessed through our website, or a phone call to the appropriate office or building.
For further guidance and recommendations for staying healthy and protecting yourself, your family, and others during this outbreak, please consult the attached document about "social distancing" as well as these helpful guidelines and information sources: