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Apr 1, 2020, 3:29:18 PM4/1/20
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Meals Over Spring Break





April 1, 2020

 

 

 

Dear Sprague School District Parents and Families:

 

RE: Meals Delivery/Pick-Up Continuing Over Spring Break

 

We would like to make sure that each of you are aware that Sprague and Lamont Schools will continue to offer our lunch/breakfast delivery/pick-up service over our designated spring break. This service is available for all children eighteen years old or younger.

 

Spring break will be during the week of April 6 through 10. If for any reason you need to suspend the delivery or pick-up of one or more meals during this week, please call Sprague or Lamont District offices at the numbers listed above.

 

Sincerely,

 

Bill Ressel, Superintendent                           Todd Spear, Superintendent

Sprague School District                                Lamont School District



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