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BCPS Announces Aftercare Supper Program at New Sites

Thursday, August 27, 2015
 
Broward County Public Schools participates in the Child Care Food Program (CCFP), a federally funded program, which provides healthy meals and snacks in the child care setting. Students enrolled in aftercare programs at selected schools enjoy a nutritious early supper at school. Meals meet all USDA requirements and include a milk, fruit, vegetable, grain and meat (or meat alternate), and are offered in the school’s cafeteria. The healthy meals are provided at no charge to students. The new sites begin in September and include Coral Springs High School, Pasadena Lakes Elementary School and Pines Lakes Elementary School.
 
Supper at School Program Sites
 
Anderson, Boyd High Horizon Elementary Pines Lakes Elementary
Apollo Middle Larkdale Elementary Piper High
Banyan Elementary Lauderdale Lakes Middle Plantation Elementary
Bethune Elementary Lauderhill P.T. Elementary Plantation High
Blanche Ely High Lauderhill 6-12 STEM Riverland Elementary
Castle Hill Elementary Maplewood Elementary Rock Island Elementary
Coconut Palm Elementary Marshall, Thurgood Elementary Royal Palm Elementary
Colbert Elementary McArthur High Sanders Park Elementary
Coral Springs Elementary McNicol Middle Sheridan Park Elementary
Coral Springs High Miramar High Stranahan High
Crystal Lakes Middle New River Middle Sunland Park Academy
Deerfield Beach High Nob Hill Elementary Sunshine Elementary
Deerfield Park Elementary Norcrest Elementary Walker Elementary
Dillard Elementary Northeast High Welleby Elementary
Dillard High Northside Elementary Westpine Middle
Discovery Elementary North Fork Elementary Wilton Manors Elementary
Driftwood Middle Nova Blanche Forman Elementary  
Fairway Elementary Nova Eisenhower Elementary  
Forest Hills Elementary Oakland Park Elementary  
Fort Lauderdale High Orange Brook Elementary  
Foster, Stephen Elementary Park Lakes Elementary  
Hallandale Elementary Park Ridge Elementary  
Hallandale High Pasadena Lakes Elementary  
Hollywood Park Elementary Parkway Middle  
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