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MPS offers spring break meal bundles for children

To continue to provide healthy meals for Milwaukee children, MPS will offer extra meals and spring break meal bundles at all Stop, Grab, and Go locations ahead of MPS spring break (April 2–9, 2021). Because daily meals are not distributed on scheduled days off, meal bundles will help support children’s nutritional needs. For more information, visit mpsmke.com/stopgrabgo.

Wednesday, March 31: Children age 18 and under will receive 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, and 2 dinners.

Thursday, April 1: Families can receive a Spring Break Meal Bundle that contains a Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program produce bag. Each child age 18 and under can receive a bundle; limit three spring break meal bundles per family. Meal bundles are available while supplies last. Families may pick up bundles for the children of family, friends, or neighbors.

Spring Break Meal BundlesSpring Break Meal Bundles

Room Temperature Items:

  • 8 pre-packaged breakfasts
  • 8 oz. uncooked pasta
  • 4 fresh oranges
  • 4 fresh apples
  • 2.5 pounds Yukon gold potatoes
  • 2.5 pound mixture of purple potatoes, fingerling potatoes, and red potatoes
  • Fresh thyme
  • Fresh rosemary
  • 1 head garlic

Frozen Items:

  • 8 beef breakfast sausage patty sandwiches (pork-free)
  • 1.5 pounds turkey ham (pork-free)
  • 1 quart green beans

Refrigerated Items:

  • ½ gallon 1% white milk
  • 8 cartons skim chocolate milk (8 oz. each)

For more information, including a list of Stop, Grab, and Go sites and hours, visit the MPS Nutrition web page. Families with special dietary requests can submit a form found on this page two days in advance of a pick-up date.

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Stephen Davis, Media Relations Manager

davis2@milwaukee.k12.wi.us
(414) 475-8675
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