Please help keep our team fed during the 2020 build season!
During the six weeks of the robot build season (through mid-February), the students and mentors will be meeting on Saturdays and Sundays at Lyme-Old Lyme High School. These are long days and teenagers (and mentors!) get hungry. Experience has shown a lot of time is lost if lunch orders are taken and someone goes out to fill the order. More time is lost if students leave school to obtain lunch. The time available to build a robot is limited at best so the team has traditionally served a group lunch, with parents providing lunch for the students and mentors.
We would like to continue that effort this year and we need three parents to sign up for each lunch. To sign up, please visit Signup.com (http:s//signup.com/go/iaayCtb) or contact Angelo Chrysoulakis (achrysoulakis@
As all students will benefit from this service, we are counting on all families to coordinate with two other families to provide one lunch during the build season, either by contributing food or a monetary donation so that we can purchase food.
Thank you in advance!
HOW MANY VOLUNTEERS PER DAY? We are looking for three volunteers per day.
HOW MANY STUDENTS AND MENTORS ARE WE SERVING? Three volunteers should plan to provide lunch, beverages, and dessert for about 35 – 45 people depending on the day.
WHAT SHOULD I SERVE? Anything that you can easily transport from your house. If you don’t know what to make, see our menu suggestions listed below, or just ask Angelo or Steve. Please note in the comments on the signup what you are bringing to let others know so the team doesn’t have the same thing every lunch.
ARE THERE ANY DIETARY RESTRICTIONS? NO NUTS. Please provide GLUTEN-FREE & VEGETARIAN OPTIONS.
WHEN SHOULD I BE THERE? Lunch is served at 12:30 pm so plan to be there from 12 to 1:30 pm.
WHAT ELSE DO I NEED TO DO? You will set up in the commons and be on hand to serve. Afterward, leave the tables down so that the custodians can clean them. Feel free to leave any drinks or snacks in the shop, but you can take leftovers home.
SHOULD I BRING PAPER GOODS? Donations are always welcome, but there are usually paper plates, bowls, napkins, and plastic utensils in the closet off of Mr. Goss’s room in the shop.
IF YOU WANT TO COOK:
- Hot dogs
- Soup and salads
- Mac and cheese
- Baked ziti or lasagna
- Barbecue chicken sandwiches
- Chicken Caesar wraps
IF YOU DON’T WANT TO COOK:
- Sandwich platter
- Giant subs
- Chinese food