USDA organized curbside groceries to help students and families during COVID-19

PWCS: Curbside Grocery Kit Program Ends June 7

Prince William County Schools will instead offer its usual summer meal program.


Monday, June 7 will be the last grocery kit distribution for the 2020-21 school year. This final kit will contain groceries for seven days. All students attending in person will be served daily meals through June 11, the last day of school.

The curbside grocery kit distribution will no longer be offered as we move into the summer. Instead, select summer school sites will be open to the public this summer. In addition to any student attending summer school in person, meals will be available free of charge to anyone under the age of 18 at the designated locations. More information will be provided in the next few weeks.

The curbside grocery pickup was a USDA program. 

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