Kids Aren’t Getting School Lunches as They Learn from Home. A Plan Will Get Money for Missed Meals to Colorado Families.

The Colorado Sun | Zach Bright

“Human services said families will receive $136.40 per month for each child learning remotely and $81.84 per month for each child learning in a hybrid model. Children learning in person should have access to meals at school, typically breakfast, lunch and a snack daily.”

Colorado families will soon have more resources to help mitigate the reduced access to children’s meals during the pandemic. Starting in late May, financial assistance will be allocated to supplement grocery costs for school aged children, based on whether they are learning at home, in-person, or in a hybrid setting.

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