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BCPS Expands Aftercare Supper Program to Include Four Additional Schools

Friday, September 23, 2016

Broward County Public Schools is expanding its Aftercare Supper Program to include four new school sites this school year. The new sites are Margate Middle School, Markham Elementary School, Olsen Middle School and Pompano Beach Middle School. The addition of the four schools brings the total number of BCPS sites offering the Aftercare Supper Program for students to 98 schools (see complete list of schools below).

Broward County Public Schools participates in the Child Care Food Program (CCFP), a federally funded program, which provides healthy meals and snacks to students in the child care setting.  BCPS students enrolled in participating aftercare programs enjoy a nutritious early supper at school. Meals meet all USDA requirements and include a milk, fruit, vegetable, grain and meat (or meat  alternate). Meals are served in the school’s cafeteria. The healthy meals are provided at no separate charge to students regardless of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

BCPS Schools Offering Aftercare Supper Program:

Anderson, Boyd High School

Foster, Stephen Elementary School

Orange Brook Elementary School

Apollo Middle School

Fox Trail Elementary School

Park Lakes Elementary School

Atlantic West Elementary School

Hallandale Elementary School

Park Ridge Elementary School

Bair Middle School

Hallandale High School

Parkway Middle School

Banyan Elementary School

Hollywood Park Elementary School

Pasadena Lakes Elementary School

Bennett Elementary School

Horizon Elementary School

Pembroke Pines Elementary School

Bethune Elementary School

Larkdale Elementary School

Pines Lakes Elementary School

Blanche Ely High School

Lake Forest Elementary School

Pines Middle School

Boulevard Heights Elementary School

Lauderdale Lakes Middle School

Pinewood Elementary School

Broadview Elementary School

Lauderhill P.T. Elementary School

Piper High School

Castle Hill Elementary School

Lauderhill 612 STEM School

Plantation Elementary School

Coconut Creek High School

Maplewood Elementary School

Plantation High School

Coconut Palm Elementary School

Margate Elementary School

Plantation Middle School

Colbert Elementary School

Margate Middle School

  Pompano Beach Middle School

Coral Park Elementary School

Markham Elementary School

Riverland Elementary School

Coral Springs Elementary School

Marshall, Thurgood Elementary School

Rock Island Elementary School

Coral Springs High School

McArthur High School

Royal Palm Elementary School

Crystal Lakes Middle School

McNicol Middle School

Sanders Park Elementary School

Cresthaven Elementary School

Miramar High School

Sawgrass Springs Middle School

Deerfield Beach Elementary School

Monarch High School

Sea Castle Elementary School

Deerfield Beach High School

New River Middle School

Sheridan Park Elementary School

Deerfield Park Elementary School

Nob Hill Elementary School

Silver Lakes Elementary School

Dillard Elementary School

Norcrest Elementary School

South Broward High School

Dillard High School

Northeast High School

Stranahan High School

Discovery Elementary School

Northside Elementary School

Stirling Elementary School

Dolphin Bay Elementary School

North Andrews Gardens Elementary School

Sunland Park Elementary School

Driftwood Middle School

North Fork Elementary School

Sunshine Elementary School

Endeavour Primary Learning School

Nova Blanche Forman Elementary School

Walker Elementary School

Fairway Elementary School

Nova Eisenhower Elementary School

Walter C. Young Middle School

Flanagan High School

Oakland Park Elementary School

Watkins Elementary School

Forest Hills Elementary School

Oakridge Elementary School

Welleby Elementary School

Fort Lauderdale High School

Olsen Middle School

West Hollywood Elementary School



Westpine Middle School



Wilton Manors Elementary School

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