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Please read the Pandemic EBT FAQ. This may answer the majority of your questions. 

The Virginia P-EBT Card will have food assistance benefits on it that can be used for food items anywhere SNAP benefits are accepted.

You did not apply for these benefits, but you have a student or students in your household who are eligible for free/reduced meals at their school. Because they are not in school right now, Virginia can give you these P-EBT food benefits to use.

Participation in the program is voluntary. If you choose not to participate in the program, please dispose of the card by cutting through the magnetic stripe on the card and discarding the card in a secure manner. You will not be able to redeem the food benefits, nor can you transfer the card to someone else.

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Letter from Dr. Benson - March 27, 2020Updates and Letters from the Superintendent

Most Recent Update - April 16th, 2020
Updates and Letters from the Superintendent of King George County Schools are available under COIVD-19 Updates and Messages link or by clicking the letter to the left. 

During the closure of schools due to COVID-19, KGCS will provide "grab and go" meals on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the following locations: King George Elementary, King George High School, Potomac Elementary School, Sealston Elementary, and in Fairview Beach near the Shore Store.  These meals are no cost and are for any child ages 2-18.


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The mission of King George County Schools is to prepare our students to be valuable contributors to society by providing the highest quality education that will engage and challenge our students by transforming them into lifelong learners. The students will develop the knowledge and skills necessary to become active participants in society and face the challenges of the future.

KGCS Vision Statement: King George County Schools will provide the highest quality education whereby each student will emerge as a lifelong learner, a competent and responsible citizen, and a competitive contributor to a global


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