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COVID-19 Meal Plans Updated 4/5/20

The Child Nutrition Program will be offering curbside meal pickup next Tuesday, April 7th between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. To accommodate the demand, we have decided to open two additional sites. For now, meals can be picked up at Moody Elementary, Moody High School, Margaret Elementary, Odenville Elementary, Ragland High School, Steele Jr High School, Springville Elementary, and Ashville Elementary. Please utilize regular car rider lanes to pick-up these meals. In the Ashville community, Roy Drive should be used to enter the pick-up lane. There will not be an online registration form this week as we cannot guarantee meals based on registration. Please be patient with our Child Nutrition workers and volunteers as we adjust to meet the needs of our community. Please remember children MUST be present to receive a meal. Please have a space available in the trunk of your vehicle when picking up meals. If space is not available in the trunk, please be prepared for you or your passenger to pick up the items from a cart placed near your vehicle. The safety of our students, faculty, and staff during this time is our priority. Due to increasing confirmed cases in St. Clair County, we will be seeking guidance to help us determine if we are able to serve the meal program each week. Thank you and have a safe weekend.


Feeding Time: Tuesday, April 7th @ 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


No link to Sign Up for this week



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