HARTFORD, Ky. — Ohio County Schools will begin its food delivery program tomorrow, Aug. 26, the first day of school for students. Meals will be delivered by busses from noon to 2 p.m. daily. Meal delivery will include the day’s lunch and the next day’s breakfast.
Busses will leave their school parking lot at noon and begin each bus’s normal route to deliver food. Students should receive their food between noon to 1 p.m. if they live near the beginning of the route and those who live near the end of the route, they will receive their meals from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Ohio County Schools asks parents and guardians to be patient as this is a new program and there will almost certainly be some issues to fix.
All enrolled Ohio County students can receive free meals, so if students participating in virtual, remote or NTI can receive meals. This program will only be available while no students are attending in-person school. When students return to school, delivery of bus-stop meals will end, but Ohio County Schools will still provide meals to students, with more information to be provided later.
Ohio County Schools asks all parents and guardians to complete this survey if you’d like to take part in the Ohio County Schools meal delivery.
In addition to meal deliveries, hot meals will also be available at each school for pick up, beginning Aug. 26 from 12:30 to 1:30p.m.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact Dianna Wilson, Director of Nutrition, at 270-298-3249 ext. 243.