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Local Schools Lose Life 360 Program

Friday Dec. 2, 2022, was Life360’s last day of meal service at Greenville and Clearwater School Districts until further notice. The approval from the state on their application for CACFP funding for the school year has been delayed, and their organization cannot continue to provide meal service until such time as the application is approved.
While the state has indicated it is working with the USDA on the application, Life360 has requested, but not received an estimated time frame on when Life360 Community Service’s (“LCS”) application will be processed, such that LCS can again receive reimbursement for the meals it serves.
Life360 is hopeful that meal service will be able to resume soon after the first of the year in January 2023, and they will keep the school apprised of all updates they receive from the state concerning this matter. Life360’s desire is to be back up and running to feed needy children as soon as possible.

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  1. Anonymous on February 10, 2023 at 11:43 am

    I blame the Congress in Missouri for stopping the food program. The schools would have worked out a way to get the food to the children but the regulations from the state only let food be given out AFTER school. The Life 360 helped the senior center in our town, plus lots of people. I don’t know why there isn’t more on the TV news about this sadness.

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