GCS Summer Meal Program Begins

Starting June 8th

Emily Gill
June 02, 2020 - 11:14 am
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Released by Greenville County Schools.

With the school year winding to a close, we are reminding families that our normal Summer Meal Program begins next week.

Starting June 8 and continuing through August 7, Greenville County Schools will participate in the Seamless Summer Option.

Meals will be provided Monday through Thursday from 10 am - 12 pm each day.

On Thursdays, each student will receive 8 meals (4 breakfasts, 4 lunches) to cover the weekend.  

Meals can be picked up at the following schools:

AJ Whittenberg Elementary, Alexander Elementary, Armstrong Elementary, Augusta Circle Elementary, Bells Crossing Elementary, Berea Elementary, Bethel Elementary, Blythe Academy, Brook Glenn Elementary, Brushy Creek Elementary, Buena Vista Elementary, Cherrydale Elementary, Crestview Elementary, Duncan Chapel Elementary, East North Street Academy, Ellen Woodside Elementary, Fork Shoals, Fountain Inn Elementary, Gateway Elementary, Greenbrier Elementary, Golden Strip CDC, Grove Elementary, Heritage Elementary, Hollis Elementary, Lake Forest Elementary, Mauldin Elementary, Mitchell Road Elementary, Monarch Elementary, Monaview Elementary, Mountain View Elementary, Oakview Elementary, Paris Elementary, Pelham Road Elementary, Plain Elementary, Robert E. Cashion Elementary, Rudolph Gordon Elementary, Sara Collins Elementary, Simpsonville Elementary, Skyland Elementary, Slater Marietta Elementary, Sterling School, Stone Academy, Sue Cleveland Elementary, Taylors Elementary, Thomas E Kerns Elementary, Tigerville Elementary, Welcome Elementary, Westcliffe Elementary, and Woodland Elementary.

Due to COVID-19 social distancing requirements, meals will be provided on a to-go basis only and will be served in the school’s student drop off line.

 

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