• All students will continue to receive free meals, made possible through a federal grant.
  • Students in Pre-K3 through third grade will have one day of meals sent home on Tuesday.
  • Students on the AA schedule will have three days of meals sent home on Tuesday.
  • Students on the BB schedule will have three days of meals sent home on Friday.

Menus may vary among elementary schools. Please visit www.myschoolmenus.com/instance/795/district/791, and enter school and meal option in the drop-down boxes for menu (in-person hybrid, virtual learning or meal bag).

Curbside meal pick-up for students continuing virtual learning: a virtual learner meal request form must be submitted to continue free meals. Based on applications, the best means of meal delivery will be determined for each student by Food Services.

Students receiving Weekend Backpacks: The backpacks are now delivered on Wednesdays to the homes of students who currently have applications on file. The Backpack Program is privately funded and subject to availability.

For more information, call CCPS Food Services at 410-479-3261 or visit www.carolineschools.org/student-life/food-services.

Monday, March 1

French bread pizza, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Lunchable, carrot sticks, Caesar salad, assorted fruits and vegetables, milk

Tuesday, March 2

Grilled cheese, peanut butter and jelly sandwich, Lunchable, carrot sticks, curly fries, assorted fruits and vegetables, milk

Pre-K to third grade 1-day meal bags: Individual cheese pizza, assorted fruits, 100% vegetable juice

Fourth & fifth grade 3-day meal bags: Pasta bowl, assorted; turkey, ham and cheese slider; individual cheese pizza; assorted fruits and vegetables

Wednesday, March 3

CLOSED

Thursday, March 4

Shrimp poppers, PB & J sandwich, Lunchable, carrot sticks, cucumber sticks with ranch, assorted fruit, milk

Friday, March 5

Chicken nuggets, PB & J sandwich, Lunchable, carrot sticks, green beans, pretzel rod, assorted fruit, milk

Fourth & fifth grade 3-day meal bags: Pasta bowl, assorted; turkey, ham and cheese slider; individual cheese pizza; assorted fruits and vegetables

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.”

Monday, March 1

Asynchronous day for all students

Tuesday, March 2

Buffalo rippers or Smucker’s PB & J, assorted fruits & vegetables, milk

Wednesday, March 3

Chicken nuggets or Sriracha wings with whole grain roll or Smucker’s PB & J, assorted fruits & vegetables, milk

Thursday, March 4

Penne pasta with meat sauce or Smucker’s PB & J, breadstick, sidekicks, vegetables, milk

Friday, March 5

Stuffed crust pizza with whole grain crust or Smucker’s PB & J, assorted fruits & vegetables, milk

All students attending Garnet and Rock Hall elementary schools are eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at no charge, regardless of family or household income.

For more information, visit www.kent.k12.md.us/FoodService1.aspx

Monday, March 1

Popcorn chicken with roll or ham & cheese sub, carrot sticks with dip, fresh fruit, milk

Tuesday, March 2

Cheeseburgers or PB & J with cheese stick, salsa & chips, fresh fruit, milk

Wednesday, March 3

Hot dogs or turkey & cheese sub, carrot sticks with dip, fresh fruit, milk

Thursday, March 4

Chicken patty or PB & J with cheese stick, lettuce & pickle cup, fresh fruit, milk

Friday, March 5

Fish nuggets or roast beef & cheese sub, celery sticks with dip, fresh fruit, milk

Queen Anne’s County Public Schools is providing free breakfast, lunch, supper and snack seven days a week to children ages two to 18 for curbside meal pickups on Tuesdays from 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. The program has been extended through June 30.

For more information and the link for the menus app, visit www.qacps.org/domain/32.

Breakfast and lunch are free for all students in school. Students with allergies or who need a different option, a turkey and cheese sandwich is available.

For more information, visit www.tcps.k12.md.us/.

Monday, March 1

Macaroni and cheese, steamed broccoli, fruit, low fat milk

Tuesday, March 2

Celebrating Dr. Seuss’s Birthday — Green eggs and ham, hash brown round, fruit, low fat milk

Wednesday, March 3

CLOSED

Thursday, March 4

Macaroni and cheese, steamed broccoli, fruit, low fat milk

Friday, March 5

Celebrating Dr. Seuss’s Birthday — Green eggs and ham, hash brown round, fruit, low fat milk

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