COVID-19 COMMUNITY RESOURCES:
Free meals for all district students
The City of Indianapolis has launched a new tool on their website that connects those impacted by COVID-19 pandemic with community resources. Resources will be posted in real-time and organized by topic, gathering in one place programming made available by government agencies, service providers, community partners, and school districts, including support for those who need assistance with food, utilities, childcare, and at home entertainment.
Click here to access the Indy.gov online resources.
Click here to access the Indy.gov resources in Spanish.
Rose-Hulman's AskRose Homework Help has added daytime hours to help homebound students better understand math and science homework problems from their virtual or online courses during this public health crisis. Help is available Monday through Friday between noon and 3 PM (Eastern) by phone, email or chat. Traditional hours are unchanged: Sunday through Thursday 7 PM - 10 PM (Eastern). Students may call 1-877-ASK-ROSE (1-877-275-7673) or email/chat on the AskRose website, AskRose.org. The site offers more than 500 resources through videos and downloadable reference materials.
Thanks to a nationwide waiver from USDA, the MSD of Lawrence Township will be extending free
meal benefits to all students in our school corporation. All enrolled (on-site or virtual) students can receive one breakfast and/or one lunch per school day FREE OF CHARGE, effective immediately for an extended period. Families will be notified when this waiver is set to expire and meals will return to paid status. Click here for more information on USDA free meals.
The Indy Hunger Network has created Community Compass - a free, quick and easy mobile app designed to show people where they can find food assistance in Marion County. Those without a smart phone can text "hi" to 317-434-3758.
Click here to learn more about Community Compass
COVID-19 Mental Health Information