Meal Pick-Up Program

School Communication Tools

Communication Materials

Communicating to your families that your school offers a curbside meal pick-up program is an essential part of the process. We have put together several communication materials for your school to use to spread the word about the curbside meal pick-up program available to students. Together, we can ensure every child has access to the meals they need to succeed academically, on-site or remotely. Below is a list of the communication materials we have made available to your school, along with our recommendation of their use.

Curbside Meal Pick-Up Flyer

Description: This flyer has been customized and sent to you by your SLA Area Manager. It reflects the schedule (date and times) of curbside meal pick-up service available at your school. We have provided an editable version of this flyer for you to use at your discretion.

Recommended Use: Post on school website, send out in parent email blast, include in newsletters, and print for handout at orientation/front office.

Parent Survey

Description: This survey will help us plan and prepare the number of meals needed by determining how many families plan on participating in this meal pick-up program.

Recommended Use: Please reference the survey distribution instructions below for the survey link and detailed information about sending it out.

Virtual Orientation Video

Description: This video takes the place of our usual in-person appearance at your Orientation/Open House. It covers important food service program information.

Recommended Use: The link to this video can be posted on your school website, included with your digital orientation materials, or shared on social media. Copy the link below.

Social Media Graphics

Description: These graphics can be used on your school social media platforms to announce curbside meal pick-up dates, with the specific schedule in the post.

Recommended Use: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and any other platforms that allow graphics (i.e. ClassDojo, Remind, Edmodo, etc.)