Hatfield Public Schools Food Services

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1E2uOvvCUm4PlUK_PU-KsUN0psD88BOi-823penla0EA/edit?usp=sharingThe Hatfield Public Schools Breakfast and Lunch Program is committed to contributing to a healthy school environment for our students by providing a variety of healthy meals to ensure their readiness to learn.

UPDATE - June 29, 2020 -  The Hatfield Public School District will not be providing a grab & go food service model over the summer break.  
 
Please be aware the Northampton Public Schools will be providing meals to school-aged children 18 or younger two days per week to limit the number of days families have to leave their homes.  You do not need to be a student from the Northampton Public School district to participate.
 
Meals are provided on :  
Tuesdays:  2 breakfasts & 2 lunches
Thursdays:  3 breakfasts & 3 lunches
 
Time for pickup is between 11 a.m. - 12 p.m.
 
Locations for pickup are:
Hampshire Heights, Northampton
Florence Heights, Florence
Meadowbrook Apartments, Northampton
236 Pleasant Street, Northampton
 
Amy Hutchins  - Food Service Director
413-247-5010 ext. 314
ahutchins@hatfieldps.net 
 
For other resoucres please see below
 
SNAP (Food Stamps) - The Dept of Transitional Services is issuing emergency SNAP supplements to many SNAP households to help byt food during the pandemic crisis.  
To see if you qualify for extra SNAP benefits:
DTAconnect.com or call 877-382-2363
To apply for SNAP Benefits:
DTAconnect.com then go to Mass.gov/SNAP to print a paper SNAP applicationand learn where to sent it.
 
Other resources:
  • DTA COVID-19 information and FAQ: Mass.gov/DTA/COVID-19
  • Project Bread's Food Source Hotline: 1-800-645-8333
  • Call Mass 2-1-1
  • Foodbankwma.org/get-help/locate-a-local-feeding-program
 
Project Bread - 1-800-645-8333 or projectbread.org or https://twitter.com/projectbread
 
Easthampton Community Center Food Pantry - 12 Cottage St., Easthampton
 

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