When schools transition from virtual to in-person learning, The Star Democrat will feature elementary school lunch menus again. Today, you will find information the five Mid-Shore school districts have shared about their school food service plans.
CCPS Food Services will continue providing free breakfast and lunch to Caroline County children ages 2–18 through the USDA Summer Food Service Program. The USDA announced an extension of the free meal program through the end of September, with the possibility of another extension through the end of 2020.
- Families needing to either start service for children or discontinue their current service should call CCPS Food Services at 410-479-3261.
- Delivery will continue to families who have been receiving summer meal service.
- There are no income requirements.
Delivery Schedule for Distance Learning Students
- Deliveries will be made prior to 1 p.m. every week day that schools are open.
- There will be no deliveries on days that schools are closed.
- Any changes to the schedule will be communicated to families.
Meal Service for Students in the School Buildings — Students who are in the school buildings will receive free meals under the USDA program.
While meals for all children are currently free, families who normally fill out Free and Reduced Meal Benefit applications should still complete and turn in the application. Meal benefit applications affect school programs such as Title 1, Maryland Meals for Achievement and other initiatives that benefit children.
For November menus, log onto www.myschoolmenus.com/ instance/795/district/791.
When no students are in the schools, meals will be available for pick-up every Monday (Tuesday on those days when schools are closed on Monday) and Thursday from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Meals can be picked up from any school with the exception of the middle schools; also, pick-up is available at the Board of Education building.
When some students start to return to school, they will receive their meals in school. Those who do not return to the school building may pick up meals on Mondays from 3 to 5:30 p.m. from any school with the exception of the middle schools; also, pick-up is available at the Board of Education building.
For more information and menus, visit www.dcps.k12.md.us/ and scroll down to the section “Food Service”
Kent County is dispersing meals by bus to all enrolled KCPS children at the schools and at numerous locations around the county. For more information, visit www.kent.k12.md.us/.
Queen Anne’s County Public Schools is providing free breakfast, lunch, supper and snack seven days a week to children ages two to18 for curbside meal pickups on Tuesdays from noon to 2 p.m. and 4 to 6 p.m. at the following sites:
Bayside Elementary School
Church Hill Elementary School
Grasonville Elementary School
Queen Anne’s County High School
Sudlersville Middle School
Students do not need to be present to receive the bagged meals. If the student is not present, the student’s name and the school they attend will need to be provided by the parent/guardian who is picking up the meals.
Bundled meals contain breakfast, lunch, supper and snack for seven days.
For more information, visit www.qacps.org/.
Breakfast and lunch are free for all TCPS students and children ages 2-18.
Students who will attend school in person will have the option to take home an additional breakfast and lunch on Tuesdays for Wednesday. This is for both car riders and bus riders. Car riders may also take additional meals for other children in their home. If families of bus riders need additional meals, they may get them at evening pickup. Meals may be picked up between 4 and 5:30 p.m. at these locations:
Chapel District — front entrance
Easton Elementary — front entrance
Easton Middle — bus entrance
St. Michaels Elementary — SMHS main entrance
St. Michaels Middle High — main entrance
Tilghman — main entrance
White Marsh — main entrance
For more information, visit www.tcps.k12.md.us/.