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The mission of the School District of Oconee County is to partner with families to develop responsible, productive citizens who are life-long learners.


SDOC Announces Summer Meal Options for Students

 Meals will begin on Tuesday, June 15th

The School District of Oconee County will begin the summer feeding program on Tuesday, June 15th.  Meals will be available for pick up at select schools and community locations. Children will receive a “grocery style” box of food that will make seven breakfasts and seven lunches. Meals are provided at no cost to any child between the ages of 2 and 18 years of age (21 years or younger if disabled). Families are encouraged to choose the location that is most convenient for them to pick up meals. Please note: Meals during the week of July 4th-9th will only be available at the Thursday pick-up locations. Children do not need to be present when picking up meals; parents will need to show some form of ID if children are not present.

Meals may only be picked up 1 time per week.

Seneca Area: EVERY TUESDAY starting JUNE 15th (No meals July 6th)

Seneca Gardens

11:00AM to 11:30AM

Seneca Library

11:45AM to 12:15PM

Blue Ridge Community Center (Code)

12:30PM to 1:00PM

Seneca Middle

1:20PM to 1:50PM


Walhalla/Westminster Areas: EVERY WEDNESDAY starting JUNE 16th (No meals July 7th)

Ebenezer Church

10:45AM to 11:15AM

Wagner Circle

11:45AM to 12:15PM

Walhalla Middle 

11:45AM to 12:15PM

Walhalla Gardens

12:30PM to 1:00PM

Westminster Library

1:30PM to 2:00PM


EVERY THURSDAY starting JUNE 17th (Meals will be available on July 8th)

Blue Ridge Elementary

11:00AM to 1:00PM

Ravenel Elementary

11:00AM to 1:00PM

Westminster Recreation Center

11:00AM to 1:00PM

Fair Oak Elementary

11:00AM to 1:00PM

Walhalla Library

12:00PM to 1:00PM

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