It is with extreme joy to announce MSD will be serving meals even though students will be learning from home. We strongly encourage all of our students take advantage of this program! Each meal pack will include 7 breakfast and 7 lunches with fresh fruits and vegetables, fresh local milk, and a nutritious & delicious meal. Child does not have to be present. No ID required. All children may get a meal pack if they are 18 and under or persons with disability under 26.
Meal pick up will go on until the end of July 2021
This is an excellent time and stress saver! Let us do the meal planning for you!
Inclement Weather Meal Pick Up
Winter is here! Which means roads can get icy and unsafe during inclement snowy weather. Please watch your email, this website, and social media early in the week as we will move grab & go meal pick up to the next day, Friday. If Friday is just as bad, we will unfortunately cancel for that week.
Appointments & arrangements may be made with Brittany if weekly meal pick up is cancelled. Please email Damerowb@mischooldeaf.org
Eat up & Meet Up Map
Find local curbside meal pick ups for your child nearest you. Each site will list their meal times and location of service. Click here for more information.www.michigan.gov/meetupeatup
Discovery Kitchen at home!
Schools across the country are closed and many children are at home for the foreseeable future. You may be trying to juggle working at home, helping your kids with their distance or e-learning assignments and of course, figuring out what to eat for every meal and snack. These can be stressful times, but, with a little planning and creativity, figuring out what to feed your family can be an enjoyable part of the day that you can look forward to!
One silver lining of this time at home: you can spend more time with your kids in the kitchen, where they can learn age-appropriate cooking skills. Look out for ingredients in each weekly Grab & Go meal pick up for ingredients to get your kids cooking!
Michigan School for the Deaf wellness committee’s goal is to encourage students, teachers and staff to lead healthy lives. The hope is for MSD to be a healthy school environment in which the students are able to engage in educational experiences that will equip them with critical skills that promote the intellectual, social, emotional, and physical growth needed to be highly successful in life.