Good evening Employees, Parents, and Guardians of Fayette County Schools:

As the current Coronavirus health concerns continue to keep our schools closed and increase our need to restrict contact with others, Fayette County Schools will be moving to a new method of meal distribution for our students. Wednesday, March 25 will be the last day of student meal delivery to bus stops.

Beginning Thursday, March 26 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00, parents/guardians may pick up for their children a prepackaged multi-meal that will consist of five bagged breakfasts and five lunches for the entire week.

On Thursday, March 26, parents/guardians may pick up their children’s prepackaged multi-meals at one of the six school locations as follows:

  • Fayetteville PreK-8 (including Oak Hill High students in the Fayetteville attendance zone)
  • Meadow Bridge Elementary (which includes Meadow Bridge High School students)
  • Midland Trail High School (which includes Ansted and Divide Elementary students)
  • New River Primary (which includes New River Intermediate students)
  • Oak Hill Middle (which includes Oak Hill High School students)
  • Valley PreK-8 (including Gauley Bridge Elementary and Midland Trail and Oak Hill High students in the Valley attendance zone)

 

Multi-meal pick up will begin on Thursday, March 26 and will be offered every THURSDAY of each week. Each distribution school will be open for multi-meal pick-up every Thursday from 10:00 a.m. through 12 noon.

New River Primary and Oak Hill Middle school will have parents drive down the main entrance to the school complex.  Vehicles will be directed to one of the two pick up lines.  Parents as asked to have the passenger side, front window rolled down or doors unlocked so the passenger side doors can be accessed.  Parents will drive by the delivery stations, stay in their car, and the breakfast and lunch bags will be handed into the car via the passenger side, front window or passenger side door and dropped into the passenger seat or placed on the floor of the vehicle.

Should parents/guardians have specific questions regarding the Thursday multi-meal pick-up, you are encouraged to email your child’s principal or contact the Central Office for assistance.  On behalf of Fayette County Schools, we thank you for your continued patience and support as we continue to safely provide school meals for our students.





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