DARLINGTON, S.C. – The Darlington County School District will provide nutritional breakfast and lunch meals at more than 30 locations during school closures for the coronavirus situation.
Any child who is 18 years old or younger can get drive-thru, “grab-and-go” meal bags from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday at more than 30 locations. The meals will be served beginning Tuesday.
The child or children must be present at the time of pick up. The meal bags will contain breakfast, lunch and a snack, so only one trip needs to be made each day.
The following schools will be open for drive-thru pick up:
• Darlington Middle School
• Darlington High School
• Hartsville Middle School
• Hartsville High School
• Lamar High School
• Mayo High School for Math, Science and Technology
• Rosenwald Elementary/Middle School
• West Hartsville Elementary School
Additionally, the following locations will be open for drive-thru pick up (look for school buses):
• East Park Apartments
• South Park Apartments
• Swift Creek Apartments
• Centerville AME Church
• Antioch Baptist Church
• Lydia Trailer Park
• Forrest Ridge Apartments
• Leesburg/Carolina Avenue – Pull Off Area
• Stoney Brook Trailer Park
• Bethlehem United Methodist Church
• Sister Sister Grocery Store
• Kay Branch Baptist Church
• Bowens Manor Apartments
• Oakwood/Pepper Drive – Pull Off Area
• Merita Bread on U.S. 52
• New Providence Baptist Church
• New Vision Outreach Center
• 1608 Elissa Drive – Softball Field
• Dovesville Park – Old Fire Department
• 1005 McIver Road – Across from Fibers Industries
• Cambridge Apartments
• Shiloh UMC
• St. John’s UMC
• Lake Swamp Baptist Church
This plan is subject to change due to service needs.
For more information, contact the district’s Office of Food Services 843-398-2315.