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Frequently Asked Questions

If we need to pick up food during school closures, where do I go and what time is the food available?

Hudsonville Public Schools will offer free breakfast and lunch for children in need during the statewide school closure. On Mondays, we will give two days’ worth of breakfasts & lunches. Wednesday we will give three days worth of breakfasts & lunches. “Hand 2 Hand” will work with the district regarding families in need and conduct porch drop-off.

ANY child age 0-18 (or up to age 26, for young adults with special needs) can get meals on weekdays through June 30, 2020, from 11:00 am to 12:30 pm at the following locations:

Hudsonville High School – 5037 32nd Ave, Hudsonville - NORTH parking lot.

Days:  Monday, May 4, Wednesday, May 6, Monday, May 11, Wednesday, May 13, Monday, May 18, Wednesday, May 20, Friday, May 22 (to accommodate Memorial Day Holiday), Wednesday, May 27, Monday, June 1, Wednesday, June 3 

You may drive-up or walk to any site, simply grab and go. Breakfast will be available at the same time for those families who wish to take it home for future use. Please also note that a parent may pick up meals for children at home. The schools will actually still be closed, but the meals will be served in their parking lot.

What is the district doing to clean and sanitize buildings, buses, etc?

Cleaning and disinfecting are part of a broad approach to preventing infectious diseases in schools. Other measures include staying home when sick, covering coughs and sneezes, and washing hands often.

Is the district prepared for long-term closure?

In the event of a long-term closure, efforts would be made for provision of distance-based learning for students (i.e., Internet instruction, community channel broadcast) to maintain continuity of education.

Dr. Doug VanderJagt

[email protected] Superintendent, District

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