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Update to Meal Distribution Plan-4/1/20

posted Apr 1, 2020, 10:08 AM by Amy Abell   [ updated Apr 1, 2020, 11:38 AM ]


Changes will begin on Monday, April 6, 2020 

Campbell County Schools will utilize the USDA Summer Food Service Program to provide bagged meals during the COVID-19 school closure.  Breakfast and lunch will be available to all children up to age 18 regardless of income level. Meals will be served on Monday and Thursday. Monday-(three breakfast and three lunch meals can be picked up for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) and Thursday (two breakfast and two lunch meals may be picked up for Thursday and Friday) from 10 am to 1 pm at the following locations for the duration of the closure beginning on Monday, April 6, 2020.  

Meals will be served "drive-through style" in school parking lot 10:00 am- 1:00 pm

Altavista Elementary School 

Brookneal Elementary School 

Concord Elementary School

Leesville Road Elementary School

Tomahawk Elementary School 

Rustburg Elementary School 

              Yellow Branch Elementary School

In addition to the "drive-through" sites, we have added new grab and go meals to be distributed around the county as follows by buses(Monday and Thursday). Buses will be at each location for 15 minutes, so please arrive at the location at the designated time:

Altavista Area:

YMCA Family Center Parking Lot — 10:30 am— 10:45 am

Faith Assembly Christian Center Parking Lot— 11:05 am— 11:20 am

Grace Baptist Church Parking Lot - 11:30 am— 11:45 am

Brookneal Area:

 Brookneal Community Center Parking Lot— 10:20 am — 10:35 am

 Mt Calvary Baptist Church Parking Lot 10:50 am — 1 1:05 am

William Campbell Bus Loop Parking Lot — 11:25 am — 11:40 am

 Kedron Baptist Church Parking Lot — 11:55 am — 12:10 pm

Rustburg Area:

New Chapel Baptist Church Parking Lot— 10:40 am— 10:55 am

New Vine Baptist Church — 11:20 am— 11:35 am

Eastbrook Baptist Church - 11:45 am — 12:00 pm

Evington/Sunburst Area:

Evington VFD (side parking lot) 10:35 am to 10:50 am

Park N Ride (Alum Springs Road) 11:10 am— 11:25 am

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(2) fax: (202) 690-7442; or

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