- Ashville High
COVID-19 Meal Plans Updated 3/27/20
To assist with meeting the nutritional needs of our children during the extended school closure, the St. Clair County Schools Child Nutrition Program will be offering a free meal pick up next Monday March 30th between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. This will be the only serving day next week and will include meals to last the full week. Meals are free to all children 18 years and younger and children MUST be present to receive meals. Meals will be offered in a drive-thru format in the designated or car rider area at each approved school. Serving sites are listed below. Please notify someone at the site during pickup if your child has a food allergy. In order to help us plan for enough food for participants, a link to register for these meals has been posted below. Click on the link to register and it will direct you to a form to complete so that we can adequately plan. Even if you do not register, children can still receive meals. We want to be sure we have enough food for all children, so please take a moment to register. Updates for future meal serving dates and times will be made available as soon as possible.
Please help our staff and volunteers practice safe social distancing when picking up meals by having a space available in the trunk of your vehicle. If space is not available in the trunk, please be prepared for you or your passenger to pick up the items from a cart or table placed near your vehicle. The safety of our students, faculty, and staff during this time is of utmost importance. Thank you.
Feeding Sites & Times:
Steele Jr. High 11:00-1:00
Ashville Elementary 11:00-1:00 (car rider drop off site for AMS)
Odenville Elementary 11:00-1:00
Ragland High School 11:00-1:00
Moody Elementary School 11:00-1:00
Springville Elementary/Middle School 11:00-1:00 ( car rider drop off site behind lunchroom)
Link to Sign Up
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