Here’s Where, How to Pick Up Free School Breakfasts and Lunches for Children During Closure

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School district committed to feeding children while schools are closed

The Campbell County School District’s Nutrition Services Department is committed to feeding children while schools are closed due to COVID-19 concerns, according to a March 18 release from the district.

Campbell County School District (CCSD) has designated six schools within the county as pick-up spots for student breakfasts and lunches, beginning Monday, March 23. The designated schools include Hillcrest, Pronghorn, Stocktrail, Prairie Wind, Cottonwood and Rozet Elementary.

Meals will be distributed from a school bus parked on location at these schools and the busses will be open for meal pickup to anyone 18 and under between the hours of 9 a.m. to noon, Monday through Friday while schools are closed. Students can pick up both breakfast and lunch at the same time but must be present to receive their meals.

All meals are free and available at each site to any child regardless of where they attend school or attendance area, and no documentation is required at pickup.

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The meals provided are available for pickup only, and may not be consumed onsite.

In the release, CCSD Superintendent of Schools Dr. Alex Ayers asked the public to please be proactive in reducing the risk of spreading COVID-19 by practicing social distancing and not congregating at school campuses while gathering their meals.

For more information regarding free meals for kids during school closures in Campbell County, visit the district website at

Parents with questions are being asked to contact CCSD Food Service Manager Bryan Young at (307) 682-7247 ext. 1901 or