Point Schools Launch 'Money For Meals' Donation Program

Posted by Stevens Point Area Public School District on 12/20/2022

Student sitting in the lunch room with a school lunch tray in front of them

The Stevens Point Area Public School District is launching a donation program to raise funds for unpaid meal balances for students and families. The District has seen the number of families who qualify for free and reduced lunch rise to 38% while also seeing unpaid meal balances rise to $13,000.

"Ensuring that all students have access to nutritious meals is a critical part of supporting their overall well-being and ability to learn," said Cory Hirsbrunner, superintendent. "We are grateful for any support that our community can provide to help us cover these unpaid meal balances and ensure that no student goes hungry."

Individuals or organizations can support the "Money for Meals" campaign by making a donation through the District's website or by scanning the QR code provided. To make a donation, visit www.PointSchools.net.

For more information about the "Money for Meals" campaign or to learn about other ways to get involved, please contact Dr. Thomas Owens at (715) 345-5432 or Dr. Michael Kurtz at (715) 345-5428.

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