Meet 3rd grade teacher, Mrs. Andrizzi. “My name is Mrs. Andrizzi. I grew up in Draper, Utah but live presently in Sandy, Utah. I went to Mt. Jordan, Jordan High and then graduated from Utah State. I come from a family of 10 children- 6 boys and 4 girls. I have a husband, 2 grown boys and 2 grandkids. Some of my favorite things to do are: cooking, reading, being with my family, and camping. I love homemade food (especially desserts), teaching kids (this is my 40th year teaching), my family, and watching movies.” We love Mrs. Andrizzi!
Canyons School District is extending its free meal service through the end of the school year.
This means all students — whether they are learning in the classroom or remotely — can receive free lunch and breakfast through June, 30, 2021.
There’s no need to apply for the U.S. Department of Agriculture-authorized benefit, which was originally set to expire at the end of December. All students are automatically eligible.
Canyons District is committed to ensuring no child goes hungry and has sponsored free meals throughout the pandemic. The USDA waiver provides the flexibility and funding to ensure nutritious meals continue to reach all children at a time of rising food insecurity.
Schools will continue serving meals in their cafeterias per the staggered schedules they’ve established to promote physical distancing. Online and at-home learners may pick up meals at specific times and locations as designated by each school. Additionally, these families may pick up meals for any siblings who are 18 years of age or younger. Schools ask, however, that they preorder their meals so that the kitchens know how much food to prepare.