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End of Year Meal Service

As we prepare for the last day of school on Wednesday, May 26, Gwinnett County Public Schools would like to remind families about the last days of meal service for this school year.

Elementary and Middle Schools

  • At GCPS elementary and middle schools, meals for in-person learners and curbside pickup will continue through the last day of school (May 26).
  • Limited distribution of meals to digital learners by bus will end on Friday, May 21.

High Schools

  • Curbside pickup of meals at high schools will end on Friday, May 21.  
  • Limited distribution of meals to digital learners by bus will end on Friday, May 21.
  • High school cafeterias will provide breakfast only on high school exam days, May 24–26.

Summer Food Resources and Assistance

  • Gwinnett County Public Schools: Information regarding meals during summer school and the K-8 Summer Enrichment and Acceleration program will be communicated with participating families. However, all GCPS families can take advantage of the curbside pickup service for children ages 18 and younger. The meals—both breakfast and lunch—will be provided at 27 middle schools from June 14 to July 2 between 11 a.m. to noon on weekdays. (All middle schools will participate except Five Forks MS and Jones MS, which are undergoing construction.)
  • Gwinnett County Community Services is offering free grab-and-go breakfasts and lunches at 25 locations. Curbside pick-up of nutritious meals is for 18 years or younger or those 19 years of age or older with a physical or mental impairment. Click here for a list of county locations and additional information
  • Gwinnett Cares is another resource for families seeking food resources and assistance this summer, available at https://gwinnettcares.org/need-help/individual/food/.
  • Families also can find food resources and help with housing and utilities through United Way’s 2-1-1 Contact Center. Learn more at https://www.unitedwayatlanta.org/need-help/.