Pandemic EBT Questions

If your child is eligible for free or reduced meals and you have not received your Pandemic EBT benefits yet please visit the website listed below.
Due to the high volume of calls and extended waiting times currently being experienced through the call center, VDSS has created an online consultation form to receive questions and concerns about the benefits of P-EBT. Call center staff will respond within two to three working days. 


https://www.dss.virginia.gov/benefit/pebt.cgi

Thank You

Our School Nutrition Department wishes to express thanks for all of the donations provided by the Caroline community. CCPS has received monetary donations to support the food service program, donations to distribute to families, and gifts of appreciation for our staff.

gifts received from public

Pandemic EBT Information

If your child has free or reduced school meal benefits, you can expect to receive $367 per eligible student through the Pandemic EBT (P-EBT) Act.The Department of Social Services will provide meal replacement benefits through SNAP, known as “Pandemic EBT”, for households with children who attend a school that’s closed and who would otherwise receive free or reduced-price meals.Families are not required to be current SNAP participants or complete an application to qualify for P-EBT benefits. Qualifying families will be automatically enrolled in the program.Families are encouraged to visit http://pebtva.com for more information about the P-EBT program and answers to frequently asked questions.

Curbside Meal Service

Today is our first day of curbside meal service for anyone age 18 on younger during the unprecedented K12 covid-19 school closures. We are so thankful for the community member, bus drivers and SRO’s who have pitched in to support us. We are most thankful to our dedicated CCPS Food Service Team for pulling together this plan and quickly putting it into action!