Food Program & Family Supports
Yes. Individually packaged lunches will be available to students who return in the hybrid model. At the elementary level, students may preorder lunch in their classrooms, as they have in the past. At the secondary level, students may purchase lunch in the cafeteria and may choose from a limited option menu. Lunch for all students will be free for the remainder of the school year. Students may also still bring lunch from home.
Yes. We know that child care is a concern for many of our families and staff. To that end, Warwick, our in-house daycare provider, is available to provide child care for K-5 students.
Although we are beginning the year with a 100% virtual model, Warwick will be onsite in Great Valley to offer a child care option. The exact location(s) of the program will be determined based on need.
The program will comply with all safety and health guidelines.
Warwick’s program is available 5 days a week and is customizable to the family’s needs. Members of their team will support students who are participating in Great Valley’s virtual learning program.
Questions about the Warwick program should be directed to Warwick.
Yes. The Great Valley Food and Nutrition Services Department will offer pre-packed breakfast and lunch options to all families while students are participating in virtual education. The food program is available to ALL families at no cost, but preordering is encouraged. Learn more at www.gvsd.org/curbside.