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June 26, 2020

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As we close this school year, the Lakeland CSD would like to provide you with resources that will provide food for families in need.  Please see the attached list of local food banks for your reference. Other resources are as follows:

We will also be posting the Feeding Westchester distribution calendar on our website at  If you have any questions regarding the Feeding Westchester food distributions at the Jefferson Valley Mall located on Route 6 in Jefferson Valley, please email

If your child receives free or reduced-price school lunch, you will receive $420 in food benefits from the Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfer (P-EBT) program. P-EBT is a new program to help fill the school meals gap for children who lost access to free or reduced-price school meals due to COVID-19 school closures. This includes all children who attend a school that provides free meals to all.

Important highlights of P-EBT: 

  • Each eligible child will receive $420 in P-EBT food benefits.
  • P-EBT benefits can be used to buy food at SNAP-participating stores. 
  • There is no application. P-EBT benefits will be issued automatically between June and August. Families who receive SNAP, Public Assistance, or Medicaid will get benefits on their current EBT or Medicaid card. Others will receive a new EBT card in the mail.
  • Your immigration status does not matter for P-EBT. Using P-EBT does not affect your or your child’s immigration status. The public charge rule does not apply to P-EBT.
  • P-EBT is not SNAP and does not replace other nutrition programs. You can use other programs, like summer meals, SNAP, and WIC, while using P-EBT.
  • FAQs for the Pandemic Electronic Transfer (P-EBT) Food Benefits

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Last Friday, Governor Cuomo issued an executive order stating that districts may provide Extended School Year services to students with disabilities who are otherwise eligible for them. The governor’s unexpected decision to permit in-person special education services despite closing schools for the current school year created rather involved conditions. We understood we would have to carefully review the situation in terms of many factors before deciding how to best proceed.
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