• A school bus with a large brown bag sitting in front of it.

    Free meal distribution continues this summer

    Bus-delivered bagged lunches for the Emmett School District end May 29th. However, fewer people are picking up lunches at their designated spots as the school year comes to a close this Friday.

    If you don't need lunches anymore, please contact the Bus Barn at 208-365-3207, and let the team know you don't need them. It will help reduce waste.

    Even though lunch deliveries end, the district will continue curb-side grab-and-go meals at the Emmett Middle School until school begins in August. The hours remain the same:11 am to 1 pm, Monday-Friday.  This is for children 1 to 18 years of age.

    The meals are free. This federal program typically requires children to be present, but the COVID-19 program makes an exception. Children are not required to be present. However, all participants, including staff, must adhere to the social distancing mandate from Governor Little and the CDC.

    Anyone distributing lunches will wear gloves and masks and anyone involved with the lunch program must take their temperature and will use a list to check for possible symptoms.