McCracken County Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program. Meals will be provided to all children 18 years of age and under. Meals will be provided free of charge and are the same for all children regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability. There will be no discrimination during the meal service. Meals will be provided, on a first-come, first-serve basis.
The following schools will have meals for those that wish to attend and eat on site:
Concord Elementary School 5184 Highway 60 June 5th through July 28th 8-9:30am & 11am-12:30pm
Health Elementary School 4365 Metropolis Lake Rd. June 5th through June 30th 8-9:30am & 11am-12:30pm
Health Middle School 4336 Metropolis Lake Rd. June 5th through June 16th 8-9:30am & 11am-12:00pm
Lone Oak Elementary School 301 Cumberland Ave. June 5th through June 30th 7:30-8:15am & 11-11:45am
Reidland Elementary School 5741 Benton Rd. June 5th through June 30th 8-8:30 am & 11-11:45am
Reidland Intermediate School 5347 Benton Rd. June 5th through June 30th 8-8:30am & 11am-12pm
Lone Oak Middle School 260 Bleich Rd. June 5th through June 30th 7:30-8:25am & 11am-12pm
McCracken County will also have sites for those that are not attending onsite meal summer programs for pick-up meals. To register for one of these pick-up locations, please reach out to your local McCracken County School FRYSC contact. Pre-registration for pick-up meals is required.
The following schools will be pick-up locations for meals for those who aren’t attending to receive an onsite meal:
McCracken County High School 6530 New Highway 60 West June 5th through June 30th Tuesdays only 11am-1pm
Lone Oak Intermediate School 300 Cumberland Ave June 5th through June 30th Tuesdays only 11am-1pm
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