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Letter From School
Letter From School
Ottman, Bob
Tuesday, September 15, 2020


201 South Barbour Avenue

Oregon, Missouri 64473

September 14, 2020

Dear South Holt Family,

We have received some good news for all of our students and families.  The Seamless Summer Option (SSO) has been opened up again for school districts in Missouri.  We have completed the application, and have approval for the month of September, beginning this Monday, September 14th.  We have fixed students accounts, and no one has been charged for meals this week.

There is nothing you have to do…just know that every student that eats a breakfast or lunch beginning September 14th through September 30th will receive their meal free of charge.  If there ever was a time to encourage your student(s) to take advantage, and save your family some money, now is the time!  Everyone eats for free. Please keep in mind any extra entrees, extra milk or milk for cold lunches, will still be charged at the regular rate.

We are also able to offer this to any child ages 0-18, so if you are interested in your non-school age child receiving a meal from the school, please contact the elementary office, 446-2356, each morning by 9:00 a.m. so that they can be included in the count.  You will need to come to the school to pick-up the meal between 11:00-11:30 a.m., as no delivery options are available.

The program will run until the money runs out, or on December 31st, 2020.  I will continue to submit applications for October, November, and December…perhaps we can enjoy this luxury the entire first semester.  I will keep you informed of changes.

Thanks for your support of our school, and be thankful for the positive things that occur during these challenging times!


Bob Ottman, Superintendent