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ESM Breakfast & Lunch Program During State of Emergency

ESM will offer a free Breakfast and Lunch Program during the State of Emergency. 

Starting Monday, March 30, 2020, ESM will deliver breakfast and lunch meals free of charge to all ESM families that sign up for delivery. As of that date, on-site meal pickup at East Syracuse Elementary School will be discontinued, and meals will only be delivered directly to homes.

Meals are only for children age 18 and younger (including children who are not school-age). Delivery will continue throughout the State of Emergency, including the previously scheduled Spring recess. 

Meals will be delivered Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. Two days’ of meals will be delivered on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Those who sign up for delivery are asked to please leave a balloon, box, cooler, sign or other item out to help us identify where to leave meals. For delivery, someone needs to be home from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., but they will not need to come to the door. 

Please complete the form to sign up for free meal delivery. Families that already receive delivered meals DO NOT need to complete this form.

 
As per order from the County, the last day for students attending school was March 16. This State of Emergency is currently in effect until Tuesday, April 14, 2020. Meals will be available throughout the closure, including the previously scheduled spring recess.
 
Family Food Needs

St. Matthew's Food Pantry - NEW HOURS Tuesday, Thursday 10 a.m. - noon, at their new location, 600 W. Manlius St., next to Family Dollar in the village of East Syracuse.

Heaven's Pantry in Minoa: March 30 6 p.m.  til ? and then April 14 (Tuesday before the 3rd Wednesday of April) as well as normal hours on the 3rd Wednesday of the month (April 15). More information on Heaven's Pantry.

*If you are a family who would like to help families in need, please consider donating to St. Matt's food pantry as they will be experiencing an increase in need