Nutrition Services manages the federal programs for breakfast, lunch and summer meals. In addition to the federal programs, it coordinates the Mid-Morning Snack Program, the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program, Head Start and Early Head Start Meals Program, as well as one of the largest supper programs in the state.
Nutrition Services strives to ensure every child leaves our cafeteria happier than when they came in.
3999 Bridgeview Rd.
Charleston, SC 29405
Non Discrimination Statement
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
The SC Department of Social Services (DSS) and the SC Department of Education are working to provide Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) benefits to qualifying children across South Carolina. All households with potentially eligible students are strongly encouraged to validate their address in the DSS P-EBT Address Portal on or before March 19, 2021. The P-EBT Address Portal is located on the DSS website at, https://benefitsportal.dss.sc.gov/#/pebt/addressverification. To locate a child in the Address Portal the parent must have Student Last Name, Date of Birth, Student ID, School District, and School Name. If a parent or guardian does not know the Student ID, they can obtain this information from the child’s school.