We have been pleased to offer to-go meal service at no charge during summer break for any child age 0-18 in Cherokee County.
The last CCSD meal pick up for the summer break will be from 11 a.m. to noon on Monday, July 18, at Cherokee High School’s North Campus at 930 Marietta Hwy, Canton, GA 30114 - North Campus is to the right of the main campus, and Clark Creek Elementary School STEM Academy at 3219 Hunt Road, Acworth, GA 30102.
The order form for pick up on Monday, July 18, is open now and due 8 a.m. Thursday, July 14. Please complete a separate form for each individual child. These forms help us ensure enough meals are prepared and keeps the pick-up line moving as quickly as possible.
Click on the link below to order meals for your student:
CCSD School Nutrition Meal Order Form (https://bit.ly/CCSDsummer22)
Additionally, School Nutrition will be distributing meal bags at three other locations on Monday, July 18, and students will receive free books from the Office of Curriculum & Instruction. The School Nutrition bus will stop from 10:15 to 10:45 a.m. at the G. Cecil Pruett Community Center Family YMCA (151 Waleska St., Canton); 11 to 11:30 a.m. at Ramirez Supermarket (551 Marietta Road, Canton); and 11:45 a.m. to noon at Indian Knoll ES (3635 Univeter Road, Canton). Times are approximate and may be impacted by traffic. You do not need to complete an order form to pick up at these sites.
Although CCSD is not providing meal pick up the week of July 25, MUST Ministries, a CCSD Partner, will deliver meal kits on its normal delivery routes. For information about its services, please call MUST at 770.479.5397.
REMINDER: The USDA’s pandemic relief program that provided meals at no charge for all students for the past two school years has ended. Meal prices for the new school year are posted online at https://www.cherokeek12.net/SchoolNutrition/Content2/mealprices. Please check your children’s account balances at https://k12paymentcenter.com/ and deposit funds, or send cash or a check to the school with them on the first day of classes to ensure they have funds to purchase meals at school. All CCSD families who think they may qualify for free or reduced-price meals are asked to please complete the online application, which is now open for the new school year, at www.lunchapplication.com. Completing this application also helps CCSD earn federal funding to provide schools with additional teachers and support staff, academic instructional resources, and technology and internet access. These forms additionally help eligible students qualify for SAT, ACT and AP test scholarships and college application fee discounts.