Student Belongings and Meals

Student Belongings and Meals
Posted on 03/18/2020
Student Belongings and Meals

Good afternoon Families,

We anticipate receiving additional guidance and direction around our responsibilities to students from state officials tomorrow. We will update you accordingly tomorrow.

Students will be able to pick up their personal belongings Wednesday through Friday this week. Pick up will be from 10am to 1pm.

We will be practicing social distancing measures. Also, if you are experiencing (or have experienced within the last 72 hours) a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, muscle aches or pains, or shortness of breath, then please contact your school secretary to make other arrangements.

Friendly reminder that we will be providing free meals to students during the closure. Sack lunch and breakfasts will be available to children ages 2-18 free of charge. The child must be present to receive the meals. Meals will be served daily from 11:30am to 1:00pm at the following sites:

• Dry Creek Elementary-pick up in the bus loading zone past the main parking lot.

• Hamilton Elementary-Pick up in the front of the school on 7th Street.

• Jefferson Elementary-pick up in the bus loop off of Chase Rd.

• Franklin Elementary-pick up in front of the school on Washington.

• Roosevelt Elementary- pick up in the front of the school office.

• Lincoln High School-pick up entrance off of B Street.

• Stevens Middle School-pick up in front of the school off of 14th Street

• Port Angeles High School-pick up on the Service Rd behind the HS. Entrance to Service Rd is off Park (on west side of school).

• Lower Elwha Tribal Center- pick up in the front parking lot.

• Deer Park Cinema-pick up in the front parking lot.

• Gravel pit at corner of Place and Ranger Roads.

If you are unable to pick up meals at any of these locations, please reach out to the district office at (360) 457-8575 for additional support.

We have attached some resources, along with the link below, that you may find useful when coping with stress and talking with children about COVID-19.


Thank you.

SAMHSA Coping with Stress During Infectious Disease Outbreaks.pdf

SAMHSA Talking with Children Tips for Caregivers Parents and Teachers During Infectious Disease Outbreaks.pdf