COVID19 Resources and Information
OPA Communications and Resources
Meal Service for all K-12 Students
Students must be present to pick up meals. Meals are grab and go. Meals will be available at the following schools between 11:30AM and 1:00PM Monday through Friday:
- San Juan Elementary: 31642 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano
- Las Palmas Elementary: 1101 Calle Puente, San Clemente
- Hidden Hills Elementary: 25142 Hidden Hills Rd, Laguna Niguel
- Marco Forster Middle School: 25601 Camino Del Avion, San Juan Capistrano
- Las Flores Elementary School: 25862 Antonio Pkwy, Rancho Santa Margarita
- Wood Canyon Elementary School: 23431 Knollwood, Aliso Viejo
Beginning March 18, a sack breakfast will be provided in addition to the sack lunch meal. The breakfast meal will contain a bar or cereal cup with fruit and milk. It will be meant to enjoy the following morning. This program will be solely for the pickup of meals and meals will not be consumed on site.
Saddleback Valley USD
Take away lunch service locations are operating Monday and Thursday between 12:00 and 1:30 pm from the student parking lot at all SVUSD high schools and at the District Nutrition Services office. On Mondays students will receive lunch for 3 days and on Thursdays for 2 days. In order to receive a meal, the child must be present and families can go to only one location. Locations are:
- El Toro High School: 25255 Toledo Way, Lake Forest, 92630
- Laguna Hills High School: 25401 Paseo De Valencia, Laguna Hills, 92653
- Mission Viejo High School: 25025 Chrisanta Dr, Mission Viejo, 92691
- Trabuco Hills High School: 27501 Mustang Run, Mission Viejo, 92691
- District Nutrition Services: 25566 Peter A Hartman Way, Mission Viejo, 92691
Information and Resources for parents and children at home during COVID19 school closures
YMCA locations available to provide childcare
OC school nurses partnering with CHOC to staff COVID-19 hotline for parents
School nurses from campuses across Orange County have teamed up with CHOC Children’s nursing team to provide some peace of mind for parents concerned about COVID-19.
We’re told dozens of nurses are manning CHOC’s new hotline at 1-844-GET-CHOC.
The service, which launched this week, is running live 24/7, giving parents a chance to ask questions about the virus and their children.
“The Orange County school nurses have been warmly welcomed into the CHOC family of medical professionals and are continuing to provide support to our students and families,” said Pamela Kahn, OCDE’s coordinator of Health and Wellness. “Our community will definitely benefit from this unique partnership of healthcare professionals.”