GCS Offers Free Meals to Students During Summer Months

The start of summer vacation is usually an exciting time for students, but for some it can also mean uncertainty about where they will get their next meal. To help support families over the summer, Guilford County Schools’ (GCS) School Nutrition Department will offer breakfast and lunch at 19 schools during the summer months through its Summer Nutrition Program.

Starting June 20, breakfast and lunch will be served to children 18 and under, at no cost. The meals are served Monday through Thursday from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. and from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The program runs through Aug. 17 at most locations.

 

Greensboro Locations:

 

High Point Locations:

Alderman Elementary

Allen Middle (June 20 – July 27)

Archer Elementary

Dudley High

Foust Elementary

Hairston Middle

Jackson Middle

Jones Elementary

Morehead Elementary

Peck Elementary

Rankin Elementary

Washington Montessori (June 28 - July 27)

Western High

Wiley Elementary (Until July 27)

Allen Jay Preparatory (June 28 - July 27)

Andrews High

Fairview Elementary (Until July 27)

High Point Central

Johnson Street Global (June 28 - July 27)

Montlieu Academy

Oak Hill Elementary (Until July 27)

 

 

To find a location near you, text FoodNC to 877-877.

GCS will also offer mobile lunches this summer at Northeast Park, Claremont Estates, Peeler Rec Center, Turnbridge Apartments, Northland Apartments, Autumn Forest Trailer Park, Leman Apartments, Dartmouth Apartments, Ashleigh Apartments, Northwind Apartments, McConnell Crossing, Barber Park Keely Park, Windhill Court, Hampton Elementary, Glen Haven Apartments, Cone Elementary and New Hope Missionary Church in Greensboro.

In High Point, mobile locations can be found at Park Street Terrace; Brentwood Crossing; New Gate Apartments at Grandby Ave., Oneka Ave. and Grayson Street; Laurelwood Apartments; Bellemeade Apartments; The Oaks at Silver Ridge; YMCA; Meadowbrook Apartments; Igram Woods Apartments; Kendall Street Apartments; Spring Valley Apartments; Ambassador Court Apartments; Thomas Street; Camden Street; Drew Avenue; Moreland Avenue; and West Street.

More than half of GCS students are currently eligible for free and reduced meals during the school year. 

GCS’ summer meal program is funded by the USDA.