Portsmouth announces joint food program

Portsmouth Public Schools and the city of Portsmouth are pairing up to help better serve meals to students in the community.

The two are combining their food service program times to make the process more efficient, according to a press release.

From now through Friday, March 20, and from Monday, March 23 through Friday, March 27, the City of Portsmouth and Portsmouth Public Schools are partnering to provide food program services for Pre-K through 12th grade students.

All meals will be bagged food for pick-up only. There will be no eating on site. The city also says that anyone participating must be present to get a
meal.

Portsmouth Public Schools will distribute breakfast and lunch from 10 a.m. to noon at the following sites:
Churchland Middle School (4051 River Shore Rd.)
Wilson High School (1401 Elmhurst Ln.)
I.C. Norcom High School (1801 London Blvd.)

The City of Portsmouth will serve lunch and Dinner from noon to 2 p.m. at the following sites:
Social Services Building (1701 High St.)
Neighborhood Facility Recreation Center (900 Elm Ave.)
Cavalier Manor Recreation Center (404 Viking St.)
J.E. Parker Recreation Center (2430 Turnpike Rd.)
Fairwood Agape Baptist Church (3709 Elliott Ave.)

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