Let's Talk!

 Click below to contact us with the Smithfield Student Service Virtual Request Form .

Are your kids feeling stressed, anxious, frustrated, already “burned out” with school, missing their friends/peers? If so, here are a couple of opportunities for them to engage in some positive ways!

ACTIVE Youth – for ages 14 – 20 – a revised group on Thursday, September 17th at 7:00 pm – “Don’t Stress it, Decompress it!” is the topic. CLICK HERE


Kids of Tomorrow – for ages 8 – 13 – a NEW group on Tuesday, September 15th at 4:30 pm -  activities and exercises that help young people identify and express their emotions. CLICK HERE


Blue - Blue is a peer-to-peer discussion group to build skills promoting wellness in one's life and reduce stigma by increasing knowledge around mental health. CLICK HERE

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library

Every week Library staff members are zooming to meet children across Mecklenburg County! One-on-one appointments are available every day for Virtual Reading Buddies and Tutoring and Enrichment. Let our Library staff supplement and enchance your child's learning this school year. Sign up today! Visit the calendar and search for "Educational Support". Be on the lookout for expanded evening hours coming in September! 

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Pandemic Parenting

L&B Counseling, specializes in youth anxiety and depression as well as a multitude of parenting issues. They have worked with local schools to offer group presentations on important issues such as: managing screen time, covid & back to school anxiety & parenting in a pandemic. There is so many parents dealing with as much (if not more) anxiety and depression as our kids. We would love to be a resource for your parents by offering a free group session about "Pandemic Parenting".

Website is if you like to check it out.

Food Pick-up Locations

Distribution is back at South Meck High School. Families can Pick up and drop off collections on Saturday.

*Refer to the picture on the right for details.

Meal Bundles Begin September 1st 

August 20, 2020

Starting September 1, School Nutrition will be distributing pre-ordered meal bundles that include 5 breakfasts and lunches for CMS students. Meal bundles will be available for pick up at a designated meal site or delivered to the student’s' bus stop.  

How to Order a Meal Bundle?

All parents and guardians may use their existing PayPAMS account or can go to to create one. You do not need to provide a credit card to create an account. Meal bundles will be available by pre-order only. School Nutrition is using PayPAMS as a method of gathering orders. When placing an order, you will see the cost as $0.00. This does not mean the meal bundle is free. Once the meal bundle is delivered, CMS staff will use their point of sale system to charge the meal bundle to the student’s account based on their current meal status.

Cost of a Meal Bundle

Meal bundles are free for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch or attend a CEP school. Students who do not qualify for free or reduced lunch can purchase meal bundles for $15 per week.

Meal bundles will be charged to the student’s meal account based on their current meal status. If a student attends a CEP school or qualifies for free or reduced lunch, the bundle will be free. Parents paying for meal bundles are encouraged to add money to their student’s account in PayPAMS to cover the cost of the meal bundle.

When does this start?

CMS Eats at Home meal bundles will be available the week of September 1.  

CMS will assign each student to a Group. Each group will be designated a day of the week for meal bundle delivery and pick up. 

  • Group A: Tuesday

  • Group B: Wednesday

  • Group C: Thursday

  • Group D: Friday

The first meal bundles will be available for pick-up and delivery on:

  • Group A: September 1

  • Group B: September 2

  • Group C: September 3

  • Group D: September 4

Where can I pick up my meal bundle? 


All distribution sites are listed below: