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Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools Serving Free Lunch Wednesday For Students

Students under 18, in Winston-Salem, can get a free lunch from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1.

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — The teacher rally in Raleigh Wednesday has closed school districts across the state, leaving some students without access free breakfast and lunch they normally get when school is in session.

To make sure students can eat on Wednesday, 16 Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools across the district will serve lunch.

Here's a list of locations where W-S/FCS students under 18 can get a free lunch from 11:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. Any student can eat at any school. 

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  • Bolton Elementary 1250 Bolton Street, Winston-Salem
  • Carver High School 3545 Carver School Road Winston-Salem
  • Cook Literacy Model 920 11th Street NW, Winston-Salem
  • Easton Elementary 734 E. Clemmonsville Circle, Winston-Salem
  • Forest Park Elementary 2019 Milford Street, Winston-Salem
  • Gibson Elementary 2020 Walker Road, Winston-Salem
  • Hall Woodward Elementary 125 Nicholson Road, Winston-Salem
  • John F Kennedy High 890 E. 11th Street, Winston-Salem
  • Kernersville Elementary 512 W. Mountain Street, Kernersville 
  • Kimberley Park Elementary 1701 N. Cherry Street, Winston-Salem
  • Main Street Academy 2700 S. Main Street, Winston-Salem
  • Mineral Springs Elementary 4527 Ogburn Avenue, Winston-Salem
  • Old Town Elementary 3930 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem
  • Petree Elementary 3815 Old Greensboro Road, Winston-Salem
  • Smith Farm Elementary 4250 Johnny Knoll Lane, Winston-Salem
  • Speas Global Elementary 2000 W. Polo Road, Winston-Salem

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