The Fayette County School System on Sunday announced that Fayette FACTOR and other community partners will provide meals for school children at five sites that had been temporarily discontinued last week after a school nutrition worker at Fayette County High School tested positive for COVID-19.
“We are happy to announce that Fayette FACTOR and community partners will be providing meals this week at Fayette County High and our mobile sites (Marnell, Four Seasons, Kenwood Landing and Peachtree City Baptist Church),” said school system spokesperson Melinda Berry-Dreisbach. “The school system is not able to provide meals at these sites this week with the kitchen at Fayette County High being under quarantine in an abundance of caution due to a positive coronavirus case.”
Berry-Dreisbach said the school system is still providing meals at Spring Hill Elementary and North Fayette Elementary.
Meals will be provided at all sites on Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Two meals will be served on Monday and Wednesday.
Berry-Dreisbach expressed the school system’s thanks to Fayette FACTOR, and these community partners which include:
– Baha’i Faith of Fayette County
– First Baptist Church Peachtree City
– Holy Trinity St. Vincent de Paul
– Leonard Presberg
– McDonald’s of Fayetteville
– North Fayette Community Association
– Peachtree City United Methodist Church
– Princeton Chase subdivision
– Rolling Hills Baptist Church
– Sheryl Watford
– Southern Crescent Civitan Club
– United Way of Greater Atlanta