Meal Distribution — November, 2020

Food Service Information - November, 2020
Posted on 11/12/2020
Food Service Information — November, 2020

Comstock Public Schools, in collaboration with Chartwells, has developed a contactless drive through meal service which will allow students greater access to food while at home. There’s no paperwork to fill out – just visit one of our sites to get 7-days of breakfasts and lunches.

Starting Tuesday, November 17, we will be offering service at three Curbside Meal Sites.

Our locations and times are as follows:

Comstock High School:
12:00 – 2pm (3 days of meals on Tuesday & 4 days on Friday)

Pavilion Estates:
12:00 – 1:30pm (3 days of meals on Tuesday & 4 days on Friday)

  1. Pavilion & Claxton — 12:00
  2. Claxton & N. Milham — 12:10
  3. Walburn & Dorechester — 12:20
  4. Carlisle & Westshire — 12:30
  5. Picadilly & Pavilion — 12:40
  6. Colchester & Blossom — 12:50
  7. Charring Cross Dr. & Wiltshire — 1:00
  8.  Peyton Place & Pavilion — 1:10-1:30

pdf Map with Pavillion Estates locations & times

Comstock Elementary School:
FRIDAYS ONLY from 12 – 2pm during packet pick-up (7-day meal packs)

  • Adults may pick up meals for any child 18 & under

  • We ask that adults visit only one site, and stay with the same site, during the duration of full remote learning. No visiting multiple sites in the same day.

  • All sites closed Friday, November 27 for Thanksgiving; 7 days of meals will be given out on Tuesday, November 24 at Comstock High School and Pavillion Estates locations.

Meals will feature foods that are cooked and prepared by staff in Comstock High School and CES kitchens. The menu will consist of classic cold items as well as popular entrees that will be chilled and served cold to be taken home and reheated. Heating instructions are provided. All meals include protein, grains, fruits, vegetables and milk.

If any student has a special diet request for at-home-learning meals, we will make special meals available for their needs. Please email us at foodhelp@comstockps.org with such requests.

If you have further questions about meal distribution, please send an email with your child's name, school name, and address to: foodhelp@comstockps.orgor call the food service office at 269-250-8719.

You can find information about daily menus at:
ComstockPS.NutriSlice.com




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