Greenville County Schools Will Be Giving Free Meals Starting Monday

Throughout the summer, Greenville County Schools will provide free meals to children 18 and under at 15 district locations.

The summer meal program is set to Begin Monday, June 7 on a to-go basis from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. The program will run from June 7 through August 6.

A week’s worth of meals will be provided, with five breakfast meals and five lunch meals. Some of the meals will be ready to eat, while others may require reheating.

When children are not present, adults can pick up meals if they can show proof of the child’s identity, such as a school identification card, a school report card, a child’s passport, a birth certificate, a government-issued child identification card, or any other document proving the identity and affiliation of the parent/guardian to the child, such as an adoption decree, doctor, clinic, or hospital record, religious record, or childcare center record.

According to the district, meals will be served near the parent pick-up line or the school bus loop. The location of meal pick-up will differ depending on the school.

The following are among the 15 schools involved in the program:

  • Berea Elementary 
  • AJ Whittenberg Elementary
  • Northwood Middle School
  • Blue Ridge Middle School
  • Greer High School
  • Grove Elementary
  • Sue Cleveland Elementary
  • Bryson Middle
  • Fountain Inn Elementary
  • Mauldin Elementary
  • Sevier Middle School
  • Sterling School
  • Fisher Middle School
  • Northwest Middle School
  • Welcome Elementary

Click here for the addresses for each of the participating schools in the program.

Free lunches will also be offered at the Roper Mountain Science Center from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday, according to the district.

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