Meals for Students

The below message is from Superintendent James Culkeen in regards to meals for students.
 
Beginning Monday, November 2, meal distribution via modified routes will occur Monday-Friday in addition to pickups at the middle school. Grab and go meals will continue to be available for pickup at the Middle School on all weekdays, from 7:30-12. ALL kids 18 and under can eat for free. New delivery is by vans/sports utility vehicles.

Students attending in-person schooling will receive breakfast and lunch while in their buildings. These meals will continue to be prepared at the middle school production kitchen. Students are permitted to bring their own lunch if they wish.

Meal menus will be posted weekly on the Meals for Students tab under COVID-19 resources on svsu.org.
 
Please direct questions to the meal hotline at 802-440-8700. 
 
Take a look at the map below to see where meals will be delivered! 
 
 
Please advise us if special meal accommodations are required for allergens or other special dietary needs.
Please note that delivery vehicles will be at each stop for 10 minutes, unless otherwise noted. All vehicles will have “SVSU Meal Vehicle” signage on them.
 
Pownal Locations
9:30 AM - East Pownal Fire House on South Stream Rd Pownal
9:44 AM - Corner of Middle Pownal and Strohmaier Rd
9:56 AM - Jackson Cross Rd and Pine Circle Mailboxes
10:12 AM - Ladd Brook Motel
10:23 AM - Alta Garden MHP 
10:34 AM - Green Mountain MHP
10:52 AM -  Burdick's Trailer Park 
11:04 PM - Apple Valley Inn *THIS STOP WILL ONLY BE FOR 5 MINUTES*
 
Shaftsbury Locations
9:44 AM - Corner of East Rd & Glastenbury
10:23 AM – 299 Twitchell Hill Rd
 
North Bennington Locations
10:47 AM - Lion's Field
11:09 AM - Old Stone Church
 
Bennington Locations
9:30 AM - Catamount & Mountainview MHP
9:41 AM - Corner of County St & Grove St
9:52 AM - Rec Center Parking Lot 
10:06 AM - White Birches 
10:21 AM - Corner of Harbour & Tel *THIS STOP WILL ONLY BE FOR 5 MINUTES*
10:27 AM - Corner of Harbour & Cyr *THIS STOP WILL ONLY BE FOR 5 MINUTES*
10:33 AM - Beech Court 
10:46 AM - Friendly's Parking Lot 
10:58 AM - Corner of Convent & Anthony
11:13 AM - Willowbrook Apartments
11:26 AM - Applegate Apartments 
11:43 AM - Walmart Circle & Emma St Bennington
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