A school bus loads up for meal delivery at West Side High School. (Photo Courtesy of Jim Cook)

41,630 meals were distributed in Wyoming County on Wednesday, May 20th, 2020, making a grand total of 403,138 meals given to Wyoming County students. Super Wednesday distributions will continue through the summer, but bus delivery for meals will stop beginning June 10th. At that point, meals must be picked up at Westside High or Wyoming East High Schools. There are no income limits and any school age child in Wyoming County is eligible to pick up meals, however, pre-registration is required. Online registration is available at: http://boe.wyoming.k12.wv.us/ or on the Wyoming County Board of Education Facebook page.
For more information, please contact Virginia Martin, Director of Child Nutrition and General Wellness, at 304-732-6262 ext. 1400. (Photo Courtesy of Jim Cook)

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