Thursday, March 26, 2020

Kansas City Life Lesson For Youngsters: More Metro Free School Lunches Available

Keyboard warriors can debate the politics and culture war implications of this move . . . But the reality is that IN NEARLY EVERY PART OF THE METRO parents rely on schools to feed the students. And so the info is just a bit more important than the debate and something worth reposting:

LIST: Kansas City metro area school districts offering free meals during COVID-19 shutdown

With schools on both sides of the state line closed because of the COVID-19 outbreak, families are looking for resources to keep their kids fed during the shutdown.Here is a list of local school districts that are providing free meals to students during the shutdown:BASEHOR-LINWOOD USD 458Basehor-Linwood USD 458 is providing lunch to any children ages one to 18 from 11:45 a.m.-12:15 p.m.

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Who is feeding the elderly? Kids get the best of everything and the elderly have to eat cat food.

Unknown said...

Yesterday’s “lunch” handed out by the Shawnee Mission School District consisted of 1 piece string cheese, a mini bag of pretzel chips, a mini orange and a carton of milk.

I’m grateful they’re trying to feed kids, but they shouldn’t refer to it as lunch. It’s a snack.

Anonymous said...

Are the kids' parents too dumb or too lazy to make sandwiches for them?

Byron Funkhouser said...

If they are, does that mean that the children should be left to starve for the crime of choosing their parents badly?

Any education plan that includes the word "parent" will fail some students.

If you're okay with that, then you're an asshole.