ALABASTER – After recent news that Alabaster City schools would no longer be able to continue their summer feeding program at school sites due to 2022 census counts, the school system has found a way to continue the program until June.
The ACS is still not eligible to offer summer feeding at any of its five schools in the school system; however, the system will offer it at two new locations in the city: Buck Creek Park and Abby Wooley Park.
Thanks to a partnership with the town of Alabaster, the school system will be able to provide meals until June 30 this summer.
Meals can be picked up in each park from Monday to Friday starting Monday, June 6.
Meal pickup will be from 11 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. at Buck Creek Park and from 12 p.m. to 12:45 p.m. at Abby Wooley Park.
The only day of the week between June 6 and June 30 that will not offer meals is June 20.
Meals are available for all children 18 and under. The service will end on June 30.
Alabaster City Schools said they are excited to find a way to continue providing the service to families across the city this summer.
Additional information and resources are available at Acsboe.org.