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Posted on: March 15, 2020

[ARCHIVED] COVID-19 Update March 15th, 2020


Message from School Superintendent Laurie Hunter:

A Notice from the Food Service Team:

Beginning Monday 3/16/2020 our food services team will be serving bagged breakfasts & lunches centrally for K-12 at our Concord-Carlisle High School for PICK-UP ONLY.

We are asking that students/families arrive between 8:30am-11am and line up in their cars. PLEASE DO NOT ENTER THE BUILDING. One of our attendants will ask you to pop your trunk or rear door and an attendant from our staff will place a bag in your vehicle and if needed close the door once placed inside. We will be making as kid friendly meals as possible and will be updated through our CPS website, twitter @CPS_CCHSFOOD @CPS_CCHS and emails from Superintendent Laurie Hunter

This is in service to the community and open to anyone who is need during this closure.  We are not able to accept food donations but fiscal donations are welcome.  Please send checks to CPS/CCRSD Food Service, 120 Meriam Road, Concord, MA 01742.

Please answer this survey so we know how many meals to prepare.  Please note, this survey is ANONYMOUS.

Text of March 13th Robocall, a message from Town Manager Stephen Crane:

Good evening. This is Town Manager Stephen Crane and I’m calling with some important information regarding Town services. Due to the outbreak of the coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, the Town will be suspending nonessential services. This decision is being made help to minimize the spread of the virus through the community and to protect both our employees and our residents. The Town will reevaluate the provision of our services and overall operations on a daily basis to ensure that our community’s needs are being met while protecting our residents and employees. I don’t know how long we will have service disruptions in place for but please know that as soon as we can return to full operations we will do so. We will be using our website as well as social media and phone calls like this to update the community on the status of operations generally. If you have questions, you can submit them to the Town through our website or reach out to the departments from whom you rely on for service. We only ask that you be patient with us because due to the quickly changing nature of this situation, there may not be answers at present for the questions that you may have. I hope this message finds you safe and healthy and thank you.


Town of Concord COVID-19 Website:

Concord School COVID-19 website:

CDC’s website:

Massachusetts State Department of Public Health:

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