Children can pick up breakfast, lunch & dinner at Whittier Elementary School Starting Apr. 2nd.
Frederick, Md (KM) The Frederick County School System says Whittier Elementary School has been added to the list of community-based sites where children can pick up breakfasts, lunches and suppers to go Monday through Friday. .All three meals will be available to go from 11:30 AM until 12:30 PM at Whittier, starting on Thursday, April 2nd. The Weis Market parking lot at the Festival Shopping Center will no longer be a community-based site. .
The other community-based site are:
7th Street Frederick Shopping Center Parking Lot, 1305 West 7th Street, Frederick
Brunswick – Rite Aid Parking Lot, Brunswick Heights Shopping Center, 92 Souder Road, Brunswick
Buckeystown United Methodist Church – Parking Lot, 3440 Buckeystown Pike, Frederick
Concord Mobile Homes Park Community – 4828 Pioneer Circle, Jefferson
Jubilee Foods – Parking Lot at 515 E. Main Street, Emmitsburg
Heather Ridge – School Parking Lot, 1445 Taney Avenue, Frederick
Lucas Village Community Center – 111 Pennsylvania Avenue, Frederick
Max Kehne Ball Field – Parking Lot, 1100 West 7th Street, Frederick
New Market Shopping Center – Parking Lot, PNC Bank Location, 11717 Old National Pike, New Market
Overlook Park, 501 Coralberry Court, off Himes Avenue (across from Dutch’s Daughter Restaurant), Frederick
St. John’s Catholic Prep School, 3989 Buckeystown Pike, Buckeystown
Thurmont Elementary – School Parking Lot, 805 E. Main Street, Thurmont
Walkersville – Discovery Shopping Center Parking Lot (Goodwill Store), 8425 Woodsboro Pike, Walkersville
Children are reminded to look for the yellow school bus.
There are several school-based sites where breakfasts are served to go at 8:30 AM to 9:30 AM, with lunches and suppers to go from 11:30 AM to 12:30 PM. They are:
Ballenger Creek Elementary
North Frederick Elementary
The School System says these sites were up set to feed children while schools are closed due to the coronavirus emergency.
Children up to age 18 can participate. They don’t have to live in Frederick County, or attend Frederick County Public Schools, nor be eligible for free or reduced-priced meals.
By Kevin McManus