USDA has extended several flexibilities to allow schools to return to the SFSP (Summer Food Service Program) which allows us to provide meals to all children 18 and under at no charge. This includes children who are not enrolled in GCPS. This will be for our virtual in-school students as well as meal pick up to feed children who are at home.
Curbside meal service will be provided 2 days a week with 7 days’ worth of meals at every school site. This week we will serve 6 days of breakfast and lunch. Tuesday (2 days of food) and Thursday (4 days of food). Starting 9/14/20 we will serve on Monday and Thursday.
Parents should still be encouraged to apply for free and reduced meals. The SFSP program will run through December 31st. Children who are eligible will need their meal application on file when this program comes to an end.
Goochland Secondary Complex – 3250 River Road West, Goochland, Va. 23063: 11:00 am – 12:00 PM – Breakfast & Lunch
Starting 9/14/20 the Secondary Complex site time will change to 12:30-1:30
Byrd Elementary School – 2704 Hadensville-Fife Rd. 23063: 11:00 am – 11:30 am – Breakfast & Lunch
Starting 9/14/20 the Byrd Elementary time will change to 12:30-1:00
Goochland Elementary School – 3150 River Road West, Goochland, Va. 12:45-1:15- Breakfast & Lunch
Randolph Elementary School – 1552 Sheppard Town Rd., Crozier, Va. 1:00-1:30- Breakfast & Lunch
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