Food Service During Remote Learning

SDPC is offering free breakfast and lunch for anyone under the age of 18 (and special needs adults up to age 21) during remote learning. The child does not have to be present for the parent to receive the meal as long as the parent can provide identification for the child. Food is available for curbside pick-up at school or by bus delivery.
Go to Preparing for Remote Learning for additional, more detailed information about plans for each week.
School Curbside Pick-up: All schools will offer curbside meal pickup from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Parents will be able to pick up frozen meals for multiple days.

 

Bus Stop Delivery:

School buses will travel to their morning and afternoon stops carrying meals on Mondays and Wednesdays during weeks of remote learning. No prior sign-up is required to receive these meals.
Bus Stop Delivery Schedules:
Daniel Area Easley Area Liberty Area Pickens Area
If the time when a student needs to pick up their meal conflicts with a class time, please inform the teacher. Keeping our students fed is a top priority, and our teachers will work with students to make sure basic needs are met first. If you have questions about a bus arriving on time, please call your area bus office.
Any child, whether they ride a bus or not, is allowed to get a meal at any bus stop. They do not have to be enrolled in an SDPC school to receive a meal.
Pickens County Virtual Academy Students

PCVA students can pick up meals from any school. Five days of meals (5 breakfasts and 5 lunches) will be provided. Because this is an on-going procedure, weekly emails will no longer be sent out to pre-order meals.