It is back but with big changes due to COVID-19.
The annual Summer Feeding Service Program, sponsored by the district School Nutrition Services Department, launched the week of May 26th. The program provides free breakfast and lunch for children ages 18 and under.
Weekly meal pickups are available for students Wednesday through Friday each week beginning May 27th through July 17th. Unfortunately, due to social distancing requirements, there will not be designated community sites this year.
Students can go to any of the following sites between 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. and pick up five free breakfasts and five free lunches – Wednesdays at Lebanon Junction Elementary School and North Bullitt High School; Thursdays at Overdale Elementary School and Roby Elementary School and; Fridays at Mt. Washington Middle School and Shepherdsville Elementary School.
There is a limit of one meal packet per child per week. Children do not have to be present to pick up, nor do they need to attend Bullitt County Public Schools.
SNS staff requests meals be picked up at the location that is in your child’s attendance area (or the closest location).
However, if you miss your school’s serving day, you may go to any other school to pick up meal packets. Parents may be asked to share a student’s name and school for data collection purposes only. Information provided will be kept confidential and not be shared with anyone.
Meal menus will vary daily and rotate weekly with two notable exceptions…Bosco Sticks with Marinara Sauce, a strawberry cup and milk will be served every Monday while the ever popular Chicken Patty on a bun is offered each Tuesday along with baby carrots with ranch dressing, fruit snacks and milk.
Click on the link for additional information – https://bcpsmeals4me.com/