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Free Meals for ALL Charles County children ages 2 to 18
Parents must have proof of their child's age if the child is not present at meal pickup.
Please check each meal bag for food items that may cause a dietary or allergy issues.  

Curbside Hours:   11 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Weekend meals can be picked up on Fridays. 

Monday, April 19, 2021

Breakfast — Breakfast break kit and skim milk

Lunch — Peanut butter and jelly sandwich, bag of baby carrots, apple slices and chocolate skim milk

Dinner — Rotini with meat sauce or three cheese cavatappi pasta, whole grain dinner rolls, a salad cup, pears or bananas, and chocolate skim milk

Snack and juice — Whole grain animal crackers and fruit juice

Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Breakfast — Breakfast break kit and skim milk

Lunch — Chef salad with whole grain croutons, Sun Chips, broccoli cup, orange and chocolate skim milk

Dinner — Peanut butter and jelly sandwich, bag of baby carrots, apple and chocolate skim milk

Snack — Mozzarella cheese stick and fruit juice

 

 Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Breakfast — Breakfast Break kit and skim milk

Lunch — Turkey and cheese wrap, cucumber and tomato cup, apple slices and chocolate skim milk

Dinner — Italian cold cut with cheese on hoagie roll, manager’s choice fruit and vegetable, and chocolate skim milk

Snack — Whole grain Cheez It crackers and fruit juice

Thursday, April 22, 2021

Breakfast — Breakfast Break kit and skim milk

Lunch — Chicken Caesar salad with whole grain croutons, Sun Chips, broccoli cup, applesauce and chocolate skim milk

Dinner — Peanut butter and jelly sandwich, salad cup, fresh oranges and chocolate skim milk

Snack — Mozzarella cheese stick and fruit juice




Allergy Warning:  Please check all meal bags for food items that may cause dietary or allergy issues.

Curbside locations:   16 curbside pickup locations (click school name for directions)

High Schools

 Middle Schools

 Elementary Schools

Families who picked up meals from mobile sites can grab meals from nearby curbside sites. Almost all curbside sites are within 5 miles of those where the mobile meals were given out. 

For addresses and maps of curbside meal sites, click on the school name under Curbside Locations above.

If you picked up mobile meals at:

The nearest curbside pickup is at:

Bannister Community Center

Dr. Mudd ES, St. Charles HS, Thomas Stone HS

Mary B. Neal Elementary School

Dr. Mudd ES, St. Charles HS, Thomas Stone HS

Oak Manor Apartments

J.P. Ryon ES, Thomas Stone ES

Idlewood Trailer Park

J.P. Ryon ES, Thomas Stone HS

Ell Lane Apartments

J.P. Ryon ES, Thomas Stone HS, Dr. Mudd ES

Pinefield Neighborhood Community Park

J.P. Ryon ES, Thomas Stone HS

Spark Apartments

J.P. Ryon ES, Mattawoman MS

Wexford Village Park

Mattawoman MS, J.P. Ryon ES

Potomac Heights Community Center

Indian Head ES, J.C. Parks ES

Indian Head Worship Center

Indian Head ES, Lackey HS

Charles Landing South

Indian Head ES, Lackey HS

Kingsview Community Center

J.C. Parks ES, Westlake HS

Bryans Road Trailer Park

J.C. Parks ES

Strawberry Hills Estates

J.C. Parks ES

Bel Alton Volunteer Fire Department

Somers MS

Cobb Island’s Fisherman’s Park

Piccowaxen MS*

William B. Wade Elementary School

Westlake HS, Billingsley ES

C. Paul Barnhart Elementary School

Westlake HS, Billingsley ES

Daniel of St. Thomas Jenifer Elementary School

Westlake HS, Billingsley ES

Huntington Community Center

Dr. Mudd ES, J.P. Ryon ES, Thomas Stone HS

Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department

St. Charles HS*

Port Tobacco Community Center

Somers MS, Mt. Hope/Nanjemoy ES*

Phoenix Run Apartments

Somers MS, La Plata HS

Gleneagles South

St. Charles HS, La Plata HS

Wakefield Community Center

Thomas Stone HS, Dr. Mudd ES, St. Charles HS

Smallwood Village Shopping Center

Dr. Mudd ES, Thomas Stone HS, St. Charles HS

Arthur Middleton Elementary School

Dr. Mudd ES, St. Charles HS, Thomas Stone HS

(*) Curbside sites are farther away than 5 miles.

 

 

 

To view menus and nuturitional information, visit the School Meals website here.


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