Gov. signs bill to provide free breakfast, lunch to low-income students (copy)

Taos Municipal Schools will continue to offer lunches from Jan. 7-14 despite a decision in late 2021 that students would continue with remote learning after the winter break.

Taos Municipal Schools released their lunch delivery schedule for the coming weeks, from Jan. 7 through Jan. 14.

The school district decided to move to a remote-learning system after the holiday break due to the uncertainty surrounding the new Omicron COVID-19 variant that is surging across the country.

Superintendent Dr. Lillian Torrez said they will be providing breakfast and lunch through the next six days of remote learning. "We care about our students’ nutrition and it is important that they keep their health as viable as possible."

All school will have a drive-by breakfast/lunch between 10:30 a.m. and 12 p.m. For those who cannot make it to the school physically, busses will also be delivering meals. Check the attached meal delivery schedule to see the drop-off times.

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