Euclid, OH

Euclid schools continues #OurEuclid Summer Food Service Program

Terrence Jacobs

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EUCLID, OH — Euclid schools will continue their Summer Food Service program from June 7 through to August 6, 2021. It is a free meal distribution program aimed for children under 18 years old for this summer break.

The distribution will be on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 9:00 a.m. to noon. There will be no meal distribution on July 5, 2021. Here are the locations where the distribution will take place:

1. Euclid High School, 711 East 222nd St.

The distribution will be at athletic lobby entry behind home plate of the Stanic Baseball Field.

2. Early Learning Village, 27000 Elinore Ave.

The distribution will be at the teacher parking lot on the building's east side.

3. Central Middle School, 20701 Euclid Ave.

The distribution will be at the west side of the building at the main entry.

4. Arbor Elementary School, 20400 Arbor Ave.

The distribution will be at the bus loop/north side of the building main entry.

5. Bluestone Elementary School, 1455 East 260th St.

The distribution will be in front of the building in the bus loop.

6. Shoreview Elementary School, 490 East 260th St.

The distribution will be in front of the building in the bus loop.

7. Chardon Hills Elementary, 1750 East 234th St.

The distribution will be at the south side of the building near the entrance of Chardon Road and 234th Street.

Note for attendants that this distribution will be a curbside distribution service.

Attendants are asked to stay in the car since the food will be distributed by volunteers. The meal distributed includes two breakfast meals and two lunch meals to avoid public gatherings.

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