SEATTLE SCHOOL STRIKE: Student meal pickup moved to city facilities

After logistics challenges, Seattle Public Schools has moved student meal pickup during the Seattle Education Association strike to city facilities, starting Monday. Here are the West Seattle locations:

Alki Community Center – 5817 SW Stevens
E.C. Hughes Playground – 2805 SW Holden
Hiawatha Playfield – 2700 California Ave SW
High Point Community Center – 6920 34th Ave SW
Highland Park Playground – 1100 SW Cloverdale
Puget Ridge Playground – 6029 21st Ave. SW
Roxhill Park – 2850 SW Roxbury
Southwest Teen Life Center / Pool – 2801 SW Thistle

The meal-pickup hours are the same as they were at campuses last week, 10 am-1 pm. While the SPS culinary-services team is preparing lunches, the city announcement says, community volunteers will be assisting with distribution.

P.S. Tomorrow is also when the city will start opening some drop-in “recreation activity hubs,” including Alki and High Point Community Centers.

2 Replies to "SEATTLE SCHOOL STRIKE: Student meal pickup moved to city facilities"

  • WS Info September 12, 2022 (8:28 am)

    They don’t have them at school anymore?

    • Smoosh September 12, 2022 (3:48 pm)

      The union said that kids and families going to get meals at the schools were crossing their picket line and in effect scabs. The mayors office then made parks facilities available for use and staff available for set up and take down. The free meals are being given out by people like me who are parents who have gotten a volunteer clearance for classroom volunteering and other local volunteers who have cleared background checks like emergency management ham radio operators. 

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