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Schools still plan to feed students despite closure
Published: 3/16/2020
Students in Novi, Northville and Walled Lake will still be receiving food from their respective school districts despite being closed as a result of the coronavirus.

In Novi, on March 2 and March 31, the district will provide grab and go breakfast and lunch food for students age 18 and under and for students with IEPs up to age 26. Seven days of food will be provided each week. Food will be provided for each student in the family.

Families can pick up the food in the Novi High School Taft Road parking lot. It is a drive through process in the bus loop area. Food service staff will ask how many students need food and will deliver the food to the cars.
Families can pick up food between the hours of 9am-1pm.

There will be two mobile drop off areas in the community. One drop-off is in the Novi Ridge Apartments and the second is Pavilion Court. Food will be delivered to the clubhouses via a Novi Community School District bus in both locations between 10-11am. Children do not have to be present. Click here to learn more. 

In Walled Lake, curbside pickup started Monday, March 16, and will take place every Monday through April 6 at Walled Lake Western High School from 1:45-3pm. Families will be given shelf stable meals and/or meals they can heat at home for their children, which include an entree, fruit and/or veggie and milk. Click here to learn more.

In Northville, plans were still being finalized for a program to start Wednesday, March 18. Click here to learn more.