Staunton City Schools providing afterschool meals for at-risk youths


Staunton City SchoolsStaunton City Schools announces the sponsorship of at-risk afterschool meals through the Child and Adult Care Food Program for the 2019-20 school year.

The same meals will be available at no separate charge to all participants at each of the following sites:

  • Staunton High School: free supper program for afterschool enrichment program participants Beginning September 11, 2019, each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday when school in session, 3:00-5:00 p.m.
  • Shelburne Middle School: free afterschool snacks for afterschool enrichment program participants Beginning August 27, 2019, each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday when school in session, 2:40-3:00 p.m.* * Service times will be adjusted on scheduled early release days.
  • A. R. Ware Elementary School: free afterschool snacks for afterschool enrichment program participants
  • Bessie Weller Elementary School: free afterschool snacks for afterschool enrichment program participants
  • T. C. McSwain Elementary School: free afterschool snacks for afterschool enrichment program participants


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