• Our Summer Feeding Program begins 6/7 and will continue through 7/23!  We are excited to offer this for the next 7 weeks at NO COST to children!  Meals are available daily at HCHS from 11:00am-1:00pm or daily at one of the Bulldog Bite(Food trailer) Stops!  If you'd prefer to pick up one week's worth at a time, you can click here to complete the order form and pick up on Wednesdays at NH or SH!  If you have any questions, feel free to email chart@hart.k12.ga.us. 

    Summer Feeding Flyer

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  • Mission Statement

    The Hart County School Nutrition Program’s mission is to provide nutritious meals and nutrition education in order for students to achieve academic success and develop life-long eating habits.

    2021-2022 Meal Prices

    *All children will receive meals at no cost throughout this school year! 

    However, if they choose to purchase an additional meal, the prices are listed below.

    • Breakfast $1.25
    • Lunch $2.00 
    • Adult Breakfast $2.00
    • Adult Lunch $3.25

     

    Click here to complete your Free and Reduced Lunch Application ONLINE!  http://www.myschoolapps.com

     

  • Check all these sources to see if there is a meal distribution site in your area:

    1. Use the free, web-based Summer Meal Site Finder application at
      USDA Summer Food Rocks
    2. Text FOODGA to 97779  (NEW NUMBER)!
    3. Call the National Hunger Hotline at 1-866-3-HUNGRY;
    4. Go to www.FoodFinderGa.org (a year-round service)

     

     

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