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Harlan County Public Schools For Immediate Release

Friday, July 10th, 2015

HARLAN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS today announced its policy for serving meals to students under the NATIONAL SCHOOL LUNCH / SCHOOL BREAKFAST PROGRAMS, AT RISK PROGRAM FOR AFTER SCHOOL SNACK AND SUPPER, AND FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLE for the 2015-2016 school year. All students will be served lunch, breakfast, snack, supper and fresh fruit and vegetable (FFVP pending) at no charge under CEP, Community Eligibility Provision, at the following sites:
HARLAN COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL – 4000 N. Hwy 119 Baxter, KY 40806 606-574-2020
BLACK MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY- 1555 Hwy 215 Evarts, KY 40828 606-837-2214
CAWOOD ELEMENTARY- 51 Nola St. Cawood, KY 40815 606-573-2502
CUMBERLAND ELEMENTARY- 322 Golf Course Rd. Cumberland, KY 40823 606-589-2511
EVARTS ELEMENTARY- 132 Keister St. Evarts, KY 40828 606-837-2386
GREEN HILLS ELEMENTARY – 123 W Hwy 221 Bledsoe, KY 606-558-3533
JAMES A. CAWOOD ELEMENTARY – 279 Ball Park Rd Harlan, KY 40831 606-573-1950
ROSSPOINT ELEMENTARY 132 Hwy 522 Baxter, KY 40806 606-573-4600
WALLINS ELEMENTARY- 993 Hwy 219 Wallins, KY 40873 606-664-3444

For additional information please contact: HARLAN COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Attention: SCHOOL & COMMUNITY NUTRITION, Director Jack Miniard, 251 BALL PARK ROAD HARLAN, KY 40831, 606-573-5687.

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