Frederick County Public Schools Extends Free ‘To Go’ Meals To August 31st

It’s open to children up to age 18.                                                                                    



Frederick, Md (KM) The Frederick County School System says the summer “meals to go” program has been extended to Monday, August 31st. Under the program, “to go” breakfasts and lunches for Monday and Tuesday will be given away on Mondays; “to-go” breaks and lunches for Wednesdays only will be doled out on Wednesdays; and “to go” breakfasts and lunches for Thursday through Sunday will be handed out on Thursdays.

FCPS distributes to-go meals at the following schools:


Ballenger Creek Elementary

Crestwood Middle

Frederick High

Hillcrest Elementary

Lincoln Elementary

Monocacy Elementary

North Frederick Elementary

Waverley Elementary



FCPS distributes “to-go” meals from a school bus at the following locations:


7th Street Frederick Shopping Center Parking Lot, 1305 West 7th Street, Frederick

Brunswick Heights Shopping Center Parking Lot, 92 Souder Road, Brunswick

Centerville Elementary Parking Lot, 3601 Carriage Hill Drive, Frederick

Concord Mobile Homes Park Community, 4828 Pioneer Circle, Jefferson

Discovery Shopping Center Parking Lot, 8425 Woodsboro Pike, Walkersville

Jubilee Foods Parking Lot, 515 E. Main Street, Emmitsburg (not Emmitsburg Elementary lot)

Lucas Village Community Center Parking Lot, 111 Pennsylvania Avenue, Frederick

New Market Shopping Center Parking Lot, 11717 Old National Pike, New Market

Spring Ridge Elementary Parking Lot, 9051 Ridgefield Drive, Frederick

Thurmont Elementary Parking Lot, 805 E. Main Street, Thurmont

Whittier Elementary Parking Lot, 2400 Whittier Drive, Frederick

The program is open to children up to age 18, and they do not have to accompany adults who are picking up meals for them.

“FCPS reminds the community to follow social distance and mask guidelines and to handle all materials with care, including washing food containers and bags with soap and water to prevent the spread of COVID-19.” says Daryl Boffman, executive director of public affairs, in a statement.

For more information, go to, or call 301-644-5061.



By Kevin McManus