NCDPI School Nutrition

NCDPI School Nutrition NCDPI School Nutrition Services administers the School Breakfast and Lunch, Fresh Fruit & Vegetable, Afterschool Snack and Summer Nutrition Programs.
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ECPPS
04/23/2020

ECPPS

Meal Service Reminder ❤️ Meals and meal kits available tomorrow! ❤️

It is helpful to order the meal kits ahead of time, please call the cafeteria you will pick up from:
JC Sawyer Cafeteria at 252.335.4711
Pasquotank Elem. Cafeteria at 252.335.5233
Sheep-Harney Cafeteria at 252.335.7662

As always... message us for assistance or to ask questions. We are here to help. ❤️ #ECPPSstrong!

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools
04/23/2020

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools

Has your family income changed? It’s not too late to apply for Free or Reduced Price Lunch. Even if you have applied and been denied in the past, you can reapply online. Learn more here: bit.ly/CMSFreeAndReducedLunch

Chatham County School Nutrition
04/23/2020

Chatham County School Nutrition

Attention! Our feeding days and times will change. On April 27, 2020 we will serve meals from 10:30am to 1:00pm Monday through Thursday. On Thursday children can pick up meals for Friday, Saturday and Sunday!

Bonlee Elementary School will operate as a food hub and have meals available from 10:30am to 11:30am.

Our bus route times have changed! Our drop off times will begin at 10:30am starting April 27 for all bus routes in the county.

We thank you for your participation. We hope these changes are convenient for you and your children. We want to do our part to ensure the children in Chatham County have healthy and nutritious meals to learn. We appreciate your support and trust to continue serving meals during this unprecedented time.

Stay Safe!
@ChathamCountySchoolsNC

ECPPS
04/23/2020

ECPPS

Our meal services team has worked so hard during this pandemic to ensure our children are fed and tummies filled. 💕 We wanted to get masks for our team just before spring break... at that time, they were hard to find. THANK YOU to Carolyn Jennings for sewing 40 masks for our meal services staff. We are so appreciative!! (Mrs. Jennings is also a retired principal from ECPPS) ❤️❤️❤️ She delivered the masks during spring break. ❤️❤️❤️ #ECPPSstrong! #hometownheroes #OurNCSchoolHeroes

Jones County Public Schools
04/23/2020

Jones County Public Schools

JCPS Family,

Starting Monday, April 20th, JCPS will resume its feeding program, which includes delivery of meals by school bus to several sites throughout Jones County. Buses will be at each stop for approximately 20 minutes beginning at 11:30 a.m. daily.

Designation of schools is simply a key to attendance zones and the areas in which meals will be delivered. Any eligible youth or JCPS student, can receive meals at any location. A no-cost, hot lunch and next-day breakfast are offered to any youth 18 and under and any JCPS student regardless of age.

JCPS will continue to operate pick-up sites at all school locations from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Here is the delivery schedule:
Jones Senior High/Trenton Elementary
Northwest Tabernacle Church 1002 (682 Ten Mile Fork
Rd, Trenton, NC 28585)- (Bus 136)
British Road Trailer Park (Woodview Lane)- (Bus 139)

Comfort Elementary
Whaley’s Chapel Church (8156 NC-41, Pink Hill, NC
28572)- (Bus 140)

Maysville Elementary
Saint James AME Zion Church (8747 Hwy 58 South
Maysville, NC 28555)- (Bus 131)

Pollocksville Elementary
Old ABC Store across from Mallard's Gas Station (9728
US 17, Pollocksville, NC 28573)- (Bus 129)
Goshen (Pollocksville, NC 28573)- (Bus 129)

NC Farm to School
04/22/2020

NC Farm to School

We love seeing all the sweet posts thanking school nutrition staff across the state for their hard work feeding students while schools are out. They are just as sweet as honey, the only food humans eat made by insects.
Artwork by Juliana N., a 5th grader at Sandy Ridge Elementary in Union County. Her teacher is Mary Jo More. with Union County Public Schools

NC Farm to School
04/22/2020

NC Farm to School

Children will be enjoying delicious N.C. Strawberries today! A great meal along with Bar-B-Q, potato wedges, breadstick and milk!Thank you Elkin City and Yadkin County Child Nutrition Employees!

NCDPI School Nutrition's cover photo
04/22/2020

NCDPI School Nutrition's cover photo

Chatham County School Nutrition
04/22/2020

Chatham County School Nutrition

Check out our menu for April 20 through April 26!
@ChathamCoSch
@ChathamCountySchoolsNC
#ChathamCoSch

Pamlico County Schools
04/21/2020

Pamlico County Schools

WCPSS Child Nutrition
04/21/2020

WCPSS Child Nutrition

Rain or shine, our @CNSWCPSS team is out at over 46 school and big bus food truck sites, serving meals for those who need it. Check out the updated list, including add'l community sites, at wcpss.net/food

Food for Students 4_20_2020 - English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, French, Japanese
04/21/2020
Food for Students 4_20_2020 - English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, French, Japanese

Food for Students 4_20_2020 - English, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Korean, French, Japanese

Good Evening CHCCS Staff and Families. COVID-19 is highly contagious and extremely serious. This harmful virus has made its way into our community, and is now impacting our loved ones and our livelihoods. CHCCS has had additional staff members test positive in addition to the one case we notified...

Lee County Schools
04/20/2020

Lee County Schools

To Our Lee County Schools Family:

After a bumpy start to the week with severe storms, high wind, and quite a few electrical outages, our students and teachers have gotten back to virtual classes. We've had a great student turnout this week with plenty of classroom engagement and learning. Our teachers continue to do a great job transitioning to online instruction and remain dedicated to supporting the emotional needs of our students, many of whom still feel unsettled with the current circumstances. Our educators have placed a premium on creating a positive classroom environment for students to interact with each other and experience some semblance of normalcy. I want to thank everyone for giving their best efforts.

Here is the latest information from this week:

Food Nutrition
Our nutrition staff served 13,122 meals this week, bringing our total to 51,090 since March 20. I am so proud of our nutrition staff for all of their hard work in preparing, serving, and delivering meals. With 15 sites, that's no small task. They have done a great job providing a crucial service for the community. And most importantly, they always do it with a smile.

Professional Development/Student Engagement
We've had 6,296 virtual face-to-face student interactions this week with 11,557 student communications via various electronic mediums. Professional development for educators continues to expand. This week five professional development sessions were offered and repeated for a total of nine sessions. Topics included Keeping Kids Engaged Online, Remote Learning with SMART, Simplifying Assignments in Canvas, Google Meet Refresh, and True IP Solutions for Contacting Parents. Our classified staff continues to access remote learning opportunities with 1,144 sign-ins this week bringing the total to 6,848.

PK-2 Instructional Packets
On Tuesday, April 21, instructional packets will be distributed for PK-2 students at each elementary school. Pick-up times are from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

Graduation
We know there are a lot of questions regarding graduation ceremonies for seniors. If we are not allowed to be back on campus after May 15, we are discussing several potential options for ceremonies. After everything that has happened during the last month, we know it is extremely important to have a special graduation to celebrate the Class of 2020. More details will be forthcoming as we make a final decision.

Tech Hotline
Our tech hotline remains operational at 919-897-5403. If you have a problem with a school-issued laptop, please give us a call.

As we conclude another week dealing with COVID-19, please know that we appreciate your support. I know everyone would rather be back in school. During this time, we hope to provide a bridge for student learning and support that will extend to the day when we can all return. Please take care of yourself and your families and let us know if you have any questions.

Sincerely,
Andy Bryan
Superintendent

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Estimada Familia de Lee County Schools:

Luego de un comienzo de semana algo accidentado, con tormentas severas, vientos fuertes y algunos cortes de electricidad, nuestros alumnos y docentes regresaron a las aulas virtuales. Esta semana hemos tenido muy buena concurrencia estudiantil, con mucha participación y trabajo de aprendizaje. Maestros y profesores avanzan en su gran labor de transición hacia la modalidad de enseñanza online y continúan brindando apoyo emocional a los alumnos, a muchos de quienes la situación actual sigue inquietándolos. Se ha buscado priorizar la generación de un clima de participación escolar positiva tendiente a estimular la interacción mutua y brindar cierta sensación de normalidad. A todos les agradezco los esfuerzos hechos.

A continuación, les ofrecemos un detalle de las novedades de la semana:

Nutrición infantil
Nuestro personal sirvió 13.122 comidas, llevando el total a 51.090 desde el 20 de marzo a la fecha. Siento gran orgullo por todo el trabajo de preparación y entrega del que se han ocupado, especialmente a la luz de la tarea implícita en cubrir 15 puntos de distribución. Se han encargado de brindar un servicio crucial para la comunidad, y lo han hecho de manera excelente y siempre con una sonrisa en la cara.

Capacitación profesional/Participación estudiantil
Hemos tenido 6.296 interacciones estudiantiles personales virtuales, con 11.557 comunicaciones de estudiantes a través de diferentes medios electrónicos. El trabajo de capacitación docente sigue expandiéndose. Esta semana se ofrecieron cinco sesiones, las cuales se repitieron hasta llegar a un total de nueve. Se cubrieron temas como estrategias para mantener el interés del alumno online, aprendizaje remoto con SMART, simplificación de trabajos mediante el uso de Canvas, repaso de Google Meet, y soluciones IP eficaces para la comunicación con los padres. Nuestro personal no docente continuó también aprovechando oportunidades de capacitación remota, con una participación de 1.144, llevando el total a 6.848.

Paquetes educativos para los alumnos de jardín de infantes a segundo grado
El martes 21 de abril se entregarán paquetes para estos alumnos en cada una de las escuelas primarias. El horario para recogerlos será de 11 de la mañana a 1 de la tarde, y de 4 a 6 de la tarde.

Graduación
Sabemos que hay muchas preguntas sobre las ceremonias de graduación del nivel secundario. Estamos analizando distintas opciones potenciales para el caso de que no se puedan retomar las clases después del 15 de mayo. A raíz de lo acontecido en el último mes, creemos que es muy importante ocuparnos de celebrar muy especialmente la graduación de los alumnos de la promoción 2020. Compartiremos los detalles a medida que nos acerquemos a una decisión final.

Línea de soporte técnico
Nuestra línea de soporte técnico ha continuado funcionando. No duden en llamarnos ante cualquier problema con una laptop entregada por la escuela.

Al concluir otra semana de lucha contra el COVID-19, sepan que valoramos mucho el apoyo que nos brindan. Sé que todos preferiríamos estar de regreso en la escuela. Haremos lo posible por continuar sosteniendo el proceso de enseñanza-aprendizaje y apoyando al alumno hasta que podamos hacerlo. Mientras tanto, continúen cuidándose y cuidando a sus familias, y comuníquense con nosotros ante cualquier consulta.

Atentamente,
Andy Bryan
Superintendente

The Housing Authority of the City of Goldsboro
04/20/2020

The Housing Authority of the City of Goldsboro

Visit a Wayne County Public Schools site TODAY for lunch 🍎🍞

Onslow County Schools
04/20/2020

Onslow County Schools

Edgecombe County Public Schools
04/20/2020

Edgecombe County Public Schools

We hope you all had a relaxing and restful spring break and are ready to continue with remote learning this week!

We are making a few changes to our meal distribution plan for the safety of our students and staff members. Beginning this week, we will be scaling down from five days per week of delivery to delivering only two days. The delivery days will be Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. There will be no deliveries on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

Tuesday’s delivery will include a hot lunch, as well as 2 days of shelf-stable items for breakfast and lunch. Thursday’s delivery will also include a hot lunch and 3 days of shelf stable breakfast and lunch items.

In addition, meals may be picked up from the following schools on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m.

Bulluck Elementary School
Carver Elementary School
Coker- Wimberly Elementary School
Martin Millennium Academy
Pattillo Middle School
SouthWest Edgecombe High School
Stocks Elementary School
Tarboro High School

If you have any questions, please call our school closure hotline at 252-641-2609.

We miss you all! Take care and have a fantastic week!

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools
04/20/2020

Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools

Families May Reapply for Free/Reduced Meals

We wanted to take the time to let our community know families may now be able to qualify for free and reduced meals during these difficult times. These additional resources may be helpful until families get back to working and back on their feet.

Even if families have applied for, and been denied in the past, parents can continue to apply online (https://www.chccs.org/site/Default.aspx?PageID=6366) for meal benefits due to any new circumstances. Anyone approved at this time means they are eligible for meals until mid October 2020. When that time ends, if a family has not completed another application for the 2020-21 school year, they would revert back to being a paying family.

Additional Notes:
- Even if a family doesn't qualify for free/reduced meals, all families are welcome to pick up meals from CHCCS's designated sites during our community feeding efforts.
- The reason to reapply for free/reduced meals is to help families who now qualify and their approval for free/reduced meals could enable them for additional services they now need.

CHCCS will continue to share information to help our families get what they need during these unprecedented times. We also want to take this opportunity to again thank all of our staff and volunteers who continue to help put together and share meals each weekday. What these amazing people do every day is inspirational and they definitely deserve to be recognized often for their efforts. Anyone who would like to donate towards buying food, please see link below and donate through our Public School Foundation. Anyone who would like to volunteer to help distribute food at one of the many CHCCS sites, please see link below.

Thank you,
Liz Cartano
CHCCS Child Nutrition Director

Link to Donate via Chapel Hill-Carrboro Public School Foundation: https://portal.icheckgateway.com/publicschoolfoundation/AnnualAppeal.aspx

Link to Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools Volunteers and Partners for Education: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScKMCw6hqYSGNVM278NIhl-MwUaai5PxUrtXBY060DOuU5AKg/viewform

Thanks for all you do! ❤️
04/20/2020

Thanks for all you do! ❤️

Update on meals served to date! We're quickly approaching 100k! Thank you to everyone who participates in these efforts to feed children in Jackson County! #jcpsnc #remotemealdelivery #feeditforward

04/20/2020
Johnston County Public Schools

Johnston County Public Schools

Johnston County Public Schools will resume food services beginning Monday, April 27th. The service will operate weekly on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. We will also add a 14th meal service site at Glendale-Kenly Elementary School. Each service day will consist of additional food for the days we are not serving. At this time, the district is unable to resume the food delivery services that were previously offered.

Beginning Tuesday, April 21st, Johnston County Public Schools, in coordination with the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, will offer one day of hot meals for each of our 13 schools that were being used as feeding sites. These meals are made possible in coordination with Golden Corral of Garner. The schedule for these days are different for each site. Meal distribution will begin at 12 p.m. on each of the scheduled days.

The schedule is as follows:

Tuesday, April 21st
- Benson Middle - 12 p.m.
- Meadow School - 12 p.m.
- Four Oaks Elementary - 12 p.m.
- Princeton Elementary - 12 p.m.

Wednesday, April 22nd
- Smithfield-Selma High - 12 p.m.
- Selma Elementary - 12 p.m.
- Pine Level Elementary - 12 p.m.

Thursday, April 23
- North Johnston Middle - 12 p.m.
- Corinth-Holders Elementary - 12 p.m.
- West Smithfield Elementary - 12 p.m.

Friday, April 24th
- Clayton Middle - 12 p.m.
- West Clayton Elementary - 12 p.m.
- Cooper Academy - 12 p.m.

We appreciate the support of the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, our volunteers, and community partners. You can find ways in which you can help support their organization on their website at foodbankcenc.org. We appreciate our many community resources who are also assisting families during this time. If you are not aware of the resources in your area, please check our website, or reach out to our call center at 1-855-JCS-NEWS (1-855-527-6397).

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Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

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