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COVID-19 Meal Plans Updated 4/29/20

We will be resuming our meal program for students beginning on Tuesday, May 5th. The meals will be offered between 11-1 and we will continue to offer meals every Tuesday, unless something prevents us from doing so. The meal program will operate as it did before; however, we will be adding additional locations. All lunchroom sites, with the exception of Moody Middle School, will offer these meals to students. Anyone interested in applying for free & reduced lunches, may do so on our Child Nutrition website or complete a paper copy that can be picked up at the feeding sites beginning May 5th.


Feeding Time: Tuesdays @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm

Feeding Sites:

  • Steele Jr. High School
  • Ashville Elementary School
    • Car rider drop off site for AMS
    • Enter line via Roy Dr entrance
  • Odenville Elementary School
  • Margaret Elementary School
  • Ragland High School
  • Moody Elementary School
  • Moody High School
    • Pull around in front of MJHS and complete the circle back out on High School Dr
  • Springville Elementary/Middle School
    • car rider drop off site behind lunchroom


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