CCSD Able to Provide Additional Meals at No Cost to Students Through USDA

Charleston County School District’s (CCSD) Nutrition Services Department is serving additional food and meals at no cost to students and their families through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Child and Adult Care Food Program. Forty-three schools are providing dinner meals to students and 11 schools are serving mid-morning snacks. 

The following 43 sites are offering free supper to students:

A.C. Corcoran Elementary

Angel Oak Elementary

Baptist Hill Middle High

Burke High

Charleston Development Academy

Charleston Progressive Academy

Chicora Elementary

E.B. Ellington Elementary

Edith L. Frierson Elementary

Haut Gap Middle

Hunley Park Elementary

James Simons Montessori

Jane Edwards Elementary

Jerry Zucker Middle

Julian Mitchell Elementary

Ladson Elementary

Lambs Elementary

Malcom C. Hursey Montessori

Mary Ford Early Learning and Family Center

Matilda F. Dunston Elementary

Meeting Street @Brentwood

Meeting Street @Burns

Memminger Elementary

Midland Park Primary

Military Magnet Academy

Minnie Hughes Elementary

Morningside Middle

Mount Zion Elementary

North Charleston Creative Arts Elementary

North Charleston Elementary

North Charleston High

Northwoods Middle

Oakland Elementary

Pepperhill Elementary

Pinehurst Elementary

R.B. Stall High

St. James-Santee Elementary-Middle

St. John’s High

Sanders-Clyde Elementary

Springfield Elementary

Stono Park Elementary

W.B. Goodwin Elementary

West Ashley Head Start

The following 11 sites are providing mid-morning snacks for students (for Early  Head Start/Head Start students only): 

E.B. Ellington Elementary

James Island Elementary

Mary Ford Early Learning and Family Center

Midland Park Primary

Minnie Hughes Elementary

Mount Zion Elementary

Sanders-Clyde Elementary

St. James-Santee Elementary-Middle

R.B. Stall High

W.B. Goodwin Elementary

West Ashley Head Start

Individuals who are deaf, hard of hearing or have speech disabilities may contact USDA through the Federal Relay Service at (800) 877-8339 or (800) 845-6136  (Spanish). The USDA is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

For more information, contact the Nutrition Services Department at (843) 566- 8180.

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