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Student Meal Distribution Sites

Shelby County Schools is expanding its partnership with the YMCA of Memphis & the Mid-South to eliminate child hunger this summer. The YMCA has distributed hundreds of thousands of meals at sites across Shelby County since schools closed in early March. Now, the District's Central Nutrition Center has reopened with new and strengthened safety procedures to help reach a new goal of serving 60,000 meals per day to local children this summer.

The YMCA will continue providing free meals at all of the current community meals sites throughout the summer. However, in the absence of traditional summer camps and programs due to COVID-19, the YMCA and SCS are counting on the community’s help to reach more children through the District's Summer Food Service Program.

The Summer Food Service Program, which begins July 1, allows local churches, childcare providers and youth organizations to sign up to become a meal distribution site for children in their own communities.

SCS Bulk Meal Sites for Students

Every Wednesday in July, SCS will be serving meals for children under the age of 18 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the following school locations. Each parent will receive six breakfasts and six lunches. Fresh produce boxes from Palazola Produce Company and dairy boxes from Turner Dairy will also be provided while supplies last. Parents must provide the child's date of birth and school name if he/she attends school.

Find additional community meal sites supported through the SCS Summer Food Service Program. Please note, supplies at community sites are limited based on program participation.

  • Belle Forest Community School
  • Bolton High School
  • Bruce Elementary School
  • Carver High School
  • Dexter Middle School
  • Kirby High School
  • Manassas High School
  • Melrose High School
  • Oakhaven High School
  • Raleigh Egypt High School
  • Whitehaven High School

YMCA Summer Meal Sites
Single day meals will continue to be provided for students Monday-Friday, 11 a.m. – 1 p.m., throughout the summer at the following community sites.

  • Berean Baptist
    1666 East Raines Rd.
  • Brinkley Heights
    3275 Rosamond
  • Christ Missionary Baptist
    480-494 South Parkway E.
  • Greater Community Temple
    5151 Winchester Rd.
  • Greater Tabernacle Baptist Church
    3090 Trezevant
  • Innovation Church
    3925 Overton Crossing St.

    Memphis Community Centers
  • Bert Ferguson - 8505 Trinity Rd.
  • Bickford (MIFA) - 233 Henry
  • Dave Wells - 915 Chelsea
  • Douglass - 1616 Ash
  • Gaisman (MIFA) - 4221 Macon, 38122
  • Gaston - 1048 S. Third St.
  • Glenview - 1141 S. Barksdale
  • Hickory Hill - 3910 Ridgeway Rd.
  • Hollywood - 1560 N. Hollywood St.
    *Closed until July 27
  • Lester - 317 Tillman
    *Closed until July 14
  • Marion Hale - 4791 Willow
  • McFarland - 4955 Cottonwood
  • Mitchell - 602 West Mitchell
  • Orange Mound - 2572 Park
  • Pine Hill - 973 Alice
  • Raleigh - 3678 Powers
  • Riverview - 1891 Kansas
  • Charles Powell, Westwood - 810 Western Park
  • Benjamin L. Hooks (Main) Library - 3030 Poplar Ave.
  • Crenshaw Branch - 531 Vance Ave.
  • Frayser Branch - 3712 Argonne St.
  • Raleigh Branch - 3157 Powers Rd.
  • Paul Church
    2124 Holmes Rd.
  • Stephen Missionary Baptist Church
    4245 Singleton Pkwy.
  • Cordova - 7950 Club Center Cv.
  • Davis Family - 4727 Elvis Presley Blvd.
  • Fogelman - 245 Madison Ave.

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