Summer Meals Program Training

April 11, 2018

 

We will be holding a mandatory Summer Meal Program meeting on Wed., April 18th at 4:30 pm at the BOE. Community organizations, camps, and churches planning to participate this summer or would like more information about our program you will need to attend this meeting. We will be conducting the Civil Rights Training and verification training, all mandated by USDA. Contracts will be issued at this time for your site to be signed as official request for meals. 

 

The Summer Meal program offers nutritious meals throughout the summer months to all youths, birth - 18 years of age. The official site and point of meal preparation is Baldwin High School. Breakfast and Lunch will be offered daily to any youth in our county. You do not have to be enrolled in summer school or camp to receive a meal. Baldwin County School Nutrition runs two bus routes throughout the county  stopping in subdivisions and apartment complexes. Youth are required to eat meals on site and will be offered all five meal components: protein, dairy, vegetables, fruits and whole grains. Adult meals may be purchased for $3.50. 

 

The Summer Meal Program will begin on June 4th - July 20th (closed on July 4th) . July 20th is the district Back to School Bash which will be the only service on our last day of the meal program.

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