Cherokee County Schools Provide Meals to Students During Summer Months
Cherokee County Schools in cooperation with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) are providing meals at no charge for children 18 years of age and younger or older students still enrolled in school. Children do not have to be students at a school within our system to participate in this program. All meals must be picked up and eaten off-site. Children must be present if possible to receive a meal. Parents picking up meals without children present will be required to provide their name, children’s ages and names. We ask that you visit only one site when meals are distributed to allow us to reach as many households as possible.. Meals will be picked up at the entrance to the school or other designated area in a drive-thru fashion. Do not exit your car as meals will be brought to you. Please make CNP Staff aware of any allergies your children have. Meals will be distributed as long as supplies last each day.
Dates and times are subject to change. Please direct any questions you may have about the emergency feeding program to Christina Lee, Child Nutrition Program Director for Cherokee County Schools, at 256-927-3397 or at email@example.com.
JUNE MEAL PICK UP WILL BE ON WEDNESDAYS FROM 10-11 (June 3, 10, 17, 24) AND WILL INCLUDE SEVEN BREAKFASTS/LUNCHES SERVED BULK INCLUDING FROZEN ITEMS WHICH MUST BE KEPT REFRIGERATED OR FROZEN AND COOKED BEFORE EATING AND BULK PRODUCE.
Pick-up locations are listed below:
Cedar Bluff High School
Centre Middle School
Gaylesville High School
Sand Rock High School
Spring Garden High School