Free "Grab and Go" meal options begin Monday, March 23rd.

Just a reminder that Free "Grab and Go" meal options begin Monday, March 23rd.

Location:  Outside front entrance of Wellsville High School

Times: 7:30am - 12:30pm

Days: Monday-Friday, beginning 3/23/2020

Meals: Breakfast and lunch will be offered at the same time for FREE

Details: Meals will be offered to children ages 1-18 years old.  Student must be present to pick up the meal.  Please stay inside your vehicle when arriving and staff will bring the meals to your car.

Transportation Issues:  If you cannot make it to the district by 12:30pm, please call the district office to communicate need for food and we will deliver it to you.  

For additional questions, please contact Joshua Snyder at


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