The Tuscaloosa County School System Child Nutrition Program is kicking off its summer feeding directive next week.

The initiative will feature meal kits with seven days' worth of breakfast and lunches for each child that participates. All kits will be delivered curbside at area high schools from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. every Monday, starting June 7.

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The following schools will be this year's designated pick-up locations:

  • Tuscaloosa County High School
  • Northside High School
  • Holt High School
  • Brookwood High School

The kits are available for any child under the age of 18, but all children who wish to participate must be present in order to receive one.

For more information on the 2021 TCSS Summer Feeding Program, check out their Facebook post here. Or, watch the Q&A video from Tuscaloosa County Child Nutrition Program Director Donette Worthy below:

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