OHIO COUNTY, WV — Ohio County Schools is kicking off it’s Summer Nutrition Program with both schools and community partners in the area. The county is working with USDA to provide meals throughout the summer for children and students ages 2-18. There are 11 site locations for parents and children to stop by, ranging from The Salvation Army on 33rd Street to Ritchie Elementary School.

Students do not have to live in Ohio County or attend one of the district schools to receive a meal.

“Well we’re just glad to be able to utilize this USDA program, because we know that our students and our families and children depend on these meals,” Ohio County Schools Child Nutrition Director Renee Griffin said. “And we know they can thrive once they are well fed.”

Most site locations serve only lunch, but some will also serve breakfast according to Griffin.

“We do have a couple new sites this summer as well. We want to make sure they get out there and take advantage of these free meals they’re there for them. “

If you would like more information on the summer meal offering locations and times, click here.



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