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CPS Grab-and-Go meal service updates routes

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CPS Nutrition Services Team delivers meals. Courtesy of Laurie Algiere.


Columbia Public Schools is making some changes to its Grab-and-Go meal service.

Starting Thursday, CPS added a new route for its southern schools- Beulah Ralph, Gentry, John Warner, New Haven, Rock Bridge High School, and Rock Bridge Elementary.

The school district also added new time slots on all nine routes, the full list of the new routes and times can be viewed here.

The routes run Monday through Friday with the stops lasting approximately 15 minutes.

Students ages two through 18 are eligible for a free meal through this service. Adults can pick up a meal for children that are unable to do so, the district just asks that you practice social distancing at the stop.

If a child isn't enrolled in CPS, you can still get a meal if the district gets the name for the child, parent or guardian, as well as contact information for the child.

Both breakfast and lunch are offered by the school district's Grab-and-Go service.

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