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COVID-19 Meal Plans Updated 7/6/20

The St Clair County Schools Child Nutrition Program will continue offering our summer feeding meal program through the month of July. Meals will be served curbside every Tuesday. Serving dates include July 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th from 11:00-1:00. Meal pick up sites include Ragland, Ashville, St Clair County High, Moody Jr High, and Springville Middle School. Children should be present to receive their meals. Please have the trunk open to allow for safer loading of meals into your vehicle. Thanks and have a great summer! 


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