Wood BOE sponsors food service

PARKERSBURG – The Wood County Board of Education announces the sponsorship of the Summer Food Service Program.

Breakfast, lunch and snack are available to all children, 18 and under. A nutritious meal is important for children to learn, play and remain active during the summer months.

Meals will be served at the following sites:

* The Arc, South Parkersburg Baptist Church: June 16-July 11, Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/11:30 Monday-Friday

* Boys & Girls Club: June 16-Aug. 1, Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/noon Monday-Friday

* Children’s Home Society: June 30-Aug. 1, Lunch/Snack, 12:15/3:15 Monday-Friday

* City Park: June 16-July 25 Lunch/Snack 10:30/1:30 Monday-Friday

* Emerson Energy Express: June 23-Aug. 1 Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/11:30 Monday-Friday

* Fairplains (Parkersburg) Safetytown: June 16-June 27 AM/PM Snack 9/1:00 Monday-Friday

* Fairplains Elementary Playground: June 16-7/25 Lunch/Snack 10:30/1:30 Monday-Friday

* Franklin Elementary Title I: June 23-July 18 Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/11:40 Monday-Friday

* Friendship Park: June 16-July 25 Lunch/Snack 10:30/1:30 Monday-Friday

* Jefferson School Title I: June 23-July 18 Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/11:40 & 12:10 Monday-Friday

* Kanawha Elementary Playground: June 16-July 25 Lunch/ Snack 10:30/1:30 Monday-Friday

* Lubeck Playground: June 16-July 25 Lunch/Snack 10:30/1:30 Monday-Friday

* Martin School Energy Express: June 23-Aug. 1 Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/11:30 Monday-Friday

* Mineral Wells Elementary Energy Express: June 23-Aug. 1 Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/11:30 Monday-Friday

* Neale Elementary Energy Express: June 23-Aug. 1 Breakfast/Lunch 8:30/11:30 Monday-Friday

* Parkersburg High School (Spec. Ed. Ext. Program): June 18-July 26 Breakfast/Lunch 8/11:15 Monday-Friday

* Parkersburg South High School (Spec. Ed. Ext. Program): June 23-July 31 Breakfast/Lunch 8/11 Monday-Friday

* Parkersburg YMCA: June 16-Aug. 1 Lunch/Snack 11:30/2:45 Monday-Friday

* Waverly Elementary Playground: June 18-July 27 Lunch/Snack 10:30/1:30 Monday-Friday

* Youth Reporting Center: June 16-Aug. 1 Breakfast/Lunch 8:45/12:30 Monday-Friday

Income guidelines to determine student eligibility in the 2014 Summer Food Service Program:

Household Size, annual, monthly

1, $21,257, $1,772

2, $28,694, $2,392

3, $36,131, $3,011

4, $43,568, $3,631

5, $51,005, $4,251

6, $58,442, $4,871

7, $65,879, $5,490

8, $73,316, $6,110

Each additional, $ 7,437, $620

For more information about the Wood County Board of Education Summer Food Program, please call Lynn Nehoda, Supervisor of Child Nutrition, at 304-420-9670 ext. 141.

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