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Family Resource Coordinator

Ashley Condray is our Family Resource Coordinator.  Ms. Condray helps families connect to community resources and helps remove barriers for students in being successful in school.

Ms. Condray can be reached at ashley.condray@rsd.edu

Support at Tapteal

Friday “Brown Bag” Food Kit: The Paradise Ward provides bags of food for the weekend for Tapteal Families. The bag contains enough food for one child over the weekend. There are a limited number available. Please let us know if this is a service that would benefit your family.

School Supplies: Please contact me if you need school supplies. We have everything from erasers to backpacks. It has all been donated from local agencies to assist the families of Tapteal.

Free/Reduced Meals: Applications for Free/Reduced meals through the school district are available in the main office. A family of four may qualify if their monthly income before taxes is under $3,793. Additional numbers are available on the income chart attached to the application page. If you would like to donate money to an account to help feed students who struggle making payment, please contact the Tapteal kitchen or myself.

Please contact Ashley Condray, Tapteal Family Resource Coordinator, at 967-6365 or ashley.condray@rsd.edu if you would like to inquire about any of these helpful services. Please contact me if you have any questions or would like to donate. 

Get Help and Give Help Using 2-1-1

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Need help, but don’t know where to turn? Get connected by calling 2-1-1. Calls to 2-1-1 are confidential and FREE. You can also call (877) 211-5445 and visit www.win211.org. Trained local specialists are available to help you find services including: rental assistance, temporary shelter, child care, medical care, food pantries, counseling and much more! The call center is open Monday through Friday 8am to 5pm.

You can apply for food assistance by simply calling 2-1-1. Through a partnership with DSHS, Greater Columbia 2-1-1 can complete your food application over the phone and then immediately submit it to DSHS for processing. We can also complete your recertification review over the phone. We can answer any eligibility questions you may have. Simply call 2-1-1.

USDA is an equal opportunity provider, employer and lender. Basic Food is available to all regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, religion or political belief.

Additional Links:

Online Database for Community Resources: https://win211.org/