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    GCS Summer Meals at School June 10 through August 12

    School Nutriton will be serving breakfast and lunch at no charge to all students this summer. Parents/caregivers may pick up for children. Meals are available Monday through Thursday from 11 am.m. to 12 p.m. An extra meal is included on Thursday to accomodate for Friday. 

    GCS will serve meals to students involved in summer academic programs.

    Mobile meals will be served through the district's mobile program, which brings meals by bus. A list of mobile and grab n' go locations can be found on our meal locator.

    On Thursday July 1, four meals will be provided for July 2 and July 5-7. No meals will be distributed the week of July 5, as the dstirct will be closed.

    The district summer distribution locations are: 

    Colfax Elementary

    Northwest High

    Eastern High

    Oak Hill Elementary

    Florence Elementary

    Page High

    Foust Elementary

    Parkview Elementary

    Gillespie Elementary

    Simkins Elementary

    Hairston Middle

    Smith High

    Irving Park Elementary

    Southeast High

    Jackson Middle

    Union Hill Elementary

    Jamestown Elementary

    Vandalia Elementary

    Morehead Elementary

     Washington Elementary


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