Effective Wednesday, September 16, the Baldwin County School Nutrition Department Summer Meal Program returns to provide nutritious meals to children in our community. United States Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, decided to allow schools to restart the free meal program in an effort to help children and families in each respective community to continue to receive access to meals during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. Currently, the school nutrition department has been providing remote learning students meals by pre-ordering and pick up through its drive-thru meal service. The extension of the summer meal program will replace this operation while allowing our school nutrition department to offer meals to more students. The mobile meal deliveries will take place on Wednesdays. Any child 18 or younger in our community will be eligible to pick up a 5-day meal kit with milk. Children do not have to be present in order to receive meals and parents do not have to fill out a pre-ordering form. Meals will be given out on a first-come, first-served basis. For a copy of the mobile route locations and times please download the document below or visit the Baldwin County School Nutrition Department page on our website.
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