Hoover City Schools to hold summer feeding program through July
HOOVER – Hoover City Schools will operate its annual summer feeding program through Friday, July 24.
Curbside pickup meals are available to kids and teens Monday-Friday from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at designated school sites.
The following are the program’s meal pickup locations this summer:
- Green Valley Elementary School, located at 3200 Old Columbiana Road
- Simmons Middle School, located at 1575 Patton Chapel Road
- Bumpus Middle School, located at 6055 Fleming Parkway
- Berry Middle School, located at 4500 Jaguar Drive
The meals are available to any child who is 18 years old and younger, but recipients must be present to receive a meal (no identification is required).
The summer feeding program is a collaboration among Hoover City Schools, the Alabama State Department of Education and the USDA.
For more information, visit Breakforaplate.com.
Before the 2019-2020 school year ended, HCS Superintendent Dr. Kathy Murphy shared an update on the district’s student feeding program during an April 14 Board of Education meeting.
Murphy said 7,635 meals had been served since the week of March 16, the same week during which Gov. Kay Ivey announced all K-12 schools in the state would close because of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
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