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Grab and Go Breakfast and Lunch
Free Grab and Go breakfasts and lunches are available for all students ages 18 and under.
During our physical reopening, all site kitchens will be open. However, students will not eat on campus. Instead, students and parents/caretakers can expect the following procedures:
- Both AM and PM hybrid learning cohorts will pick up meals (breakfast and lunch) outside the classroom as they leave for the day.
- AM cohorts will take lunch and eat at home.
- PM cohorts will pick up meals for the following day that are to be eaten at home the next day (i.e. pick up Thursday's meal on Wednesday as they leave for the day. Monday lunches will be brought home on Fridays). PM cohort students should be sure to eat before attending school in the afternoon as there will not be an opportunity to eat lunch on campus.
On Wednesdays, all students will pick up meals at the Dana Grab and Go drive through from 11:45 AM to 1:15 PM.
R.H. Dana Middle School - Map
5504 W. 135th Street
Hawthorne, CA 90250
- If any student is 100% distance learning (i.e. is not enrolled in any hybrid cohort or is in grades 6-8), meals can be picked up at Dana's Grab and Go from 11:45 AM to 1:15 PM on Monday - Friday.
If students want weekend meals, they must pick them up from Lawndale High School on Fridays between 11:00 AM to 1:30 PM.
Lawndale High School - Map
14901 S. Inglewood Blvd.
Lawndale, CA 90260
- Please note: School sites will only serve meals for students enrolled and attending their specific hybrid cohort for the specific instructional day. School sites will not allow meal pick up for students attending another site or distance learning.
Alternative Household Income Form
We request that all families return this confidential income data collection form in order to assist the school in qualifying for state funding and resources from the California Department of Education.
To fill out the Income Data Collection Form please click the link below:
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