Key School Updates

Announcements for the Week of 6/1

Resources for talking to your children about Racism

And below is a reading of 'Let's Talk about Race' by Julius Lester

Let's Talk About Race by Julius Lester

Meal Distribution at Key School and Veggies every Tuesday!

SEAMAAC continues to hold distributions of bagged meals in front of Key School every Monday-Friday from 11:30 -1 PM. EVERY TUESDAY a box of fresh produce will be distributed in addition to meals.

No identification is required. All individuals will receive 1 bag which contains 2 meals. Safety precautions will be in place.

Phishing Scam Warning

We wanted to make you aware that there might be scams circulating on Whatsapp offering grocery vouchers or food boxes. These and other similar texts you may have received are not true - please do not click on these or give out personal information to any untrustworthy website.

Upcoming Virtual Meetings!

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Are you a new parent?

Check out these resources below for how to receive free baby food, diapers, crib, and other support during Covid-19

PCCY's Child Helpline helps families get health insurance for FREE and in every language!

The Helpline is for parents:

  • Who have lost their jobs and are worried about losing health coverage for their children and themselves
  • Are concerned with the costs of testing and treatment of COVID-19
  • With any questions about CHIP or Medicaid coverage
  • With language interpretation needs

Call the Helpline at 215-563-5848 x 17

Meals for Children Pickup

Thursday, June 4th, 9-11am

2101 South Broad Street

Philadelphia, PA

South Philadelphia High School (2101 S. Broad St) and Furness High School (1900 S. 3rd St) are both distributing Free Meals for families. Parents will be able to pick up a box of five breakfast meals, five lunch meals and a half gallon of milk for EACH student in the family.

Free Box of Food

Thursday, June 4th, 10am-12pm

300 West Shunk Street

Philadelphia, PA

Every MONDAY and THURSDAY you can visit Murphy Rec Center to receive a box of free food. This is for anyone who lives in Philadelphia and needs food.

  • Sites are open Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
  • Residents can pick up one box per household. Supplies will last up to five days.
  • Residents do not need to present an ID or proof of income for eligibility.
  • Mondays will be dried and canned goods,Thursdays will feature produce

Here is the link to the full list of food sites:

Please fill out the parent survey!

The School District of Philadelphia is still asking parents fill out the yearly parent survey. The link is below for all parents or caregivers to fill out. You will need your child's student ID number (this is their lunch number).This is secure and anonymous. Choose your language at the top of the page if you need help with translation.