Brevard Public Schools to Expand Food Distribution Sites Beginning March 30

By  //  March 25, 2020

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BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard Public Schools (BPS) has announced that the following schools have opened as food distribution centers, which began serving students on Monday, March 23.

The BPS distribution centers have resulted in over 3,800 students being served on Monday, while nearly doubling that number on Tuesday to over 6,000 students.

The meals are distributed weekdays from 10:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. to any child age 18 years and younger.

To ensure social distancing, BPS is requesting that parents drive into the bus loop and release their trunk.

Once there, a BPS employee will place a meal package for each child in the trunk of the vehicle.

The cafeteria and other school buildings are not opened to parents and students for meals.

PLEASE NOTE: Children are served even if they are not accompanied by a parent/guardian, however, per USDA regulations, all parents/guardians MUST have the child(ren) present in order for them to receive their meals.

Those who arrive on foot or bicycle are also served while adhering to social distancing practices.
• Atlantis Elementary
• Cape View Elementary
• Coquina Elementary
• Mims Elementary
• Cambridge Elementary
• Golfview Elementary
• Mila Elementary

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On Monday, March 30, BPS has approval from the State FDA to open 14 additional sites.

These distribution sites will be located at the following Brevard Public Schools:
• Pinewood Elementary
• Oak Park Elementary
• Saturn Elementary
• Endeavour Elementary
• Fairglen Elementary
• Audubon Elementary
• Creel Elementary

In addition to the 27 sites above, BPS is also exploring mobile feeding opportunities as resources and approvals permit.

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