Afterschool meals to be offered at Pierson Elementary starting Aug. 12

PIERSON, Fla. -- Starting on Monday, Aug. 12, Pierson Elementary, 657 North Center St., Pierson, will begin participating in the Afterschool Meals program, a subcomponent of the child care food program.

"This program is designed primarily to provide nutritious suppers to children in afterschool programs," said Kelly Schulz, director of Community Information Services Volusia County Schools.

Snacks and/or meals will be available at no separate charge to children enrolled in an afterschool enrichment program at Pierson Elementary, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, kelly emphasized.

"This program is designed primarily to provide nutritious suppers to children in afterschool programs," said Kelly Schulz, director of Community Information Services Volusia County Schools.

Snacks and/or meals will be available at no separate charge to children enrolled in an afterschool enrichment program at Pierson Elementary, regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability, kelly emphasized.

For additional information, plase call Heather DeMeola, director, School Way Café, (386) 734-7190, ext. 50732.

 

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