Help Restock Frost Middle School’s Pantry

Help Restock Frost Middle School’s Pantry

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Help Restock Frost Middle School’s Pantry

Frost Middle School seeks the community’s help to fill its pantry shelves for students in need. Especially welcome are Amazon gift cards or nonperishable food items so the school may continue to provide weekend food to students who might otherwise go hungry.

Donations of the following food products are needed: Shelf-stable milk and shelf-stable, individual, prepared meals (Dinty Moore, Chef Boyardee, Hamburger Helper, etc.), as well as cereal cups/packets, fruit/apple sauce cups, granola bars, snack packs (crackers, pretzels, popcorn, etc.) and other healthy snacks.

Deliver to Frost Middle at 4101 Pickett Road in Fairfax, weekdays from 7 a.m.-3:30 pm. Visit nonprofit Britepaths’ Food4Thought Partner page to donate online and learn more about its Food4Thought partner schools, such as Frost. Go to

Learn about Route 29 Corridor Study in Fairfax

The Fairfax County Department of Transportation will hold a second virtual public meeting regarding the Route 29 Corridor Study from Buckley’s Gate Drive/Summit Drive to Jermantown Road. It’s set for Wednesday, June 5, at 7 p.m. This session will summarize the community feedback received after the first meeting, March 12.

It will also present at-grade intersection improvements and modifications addressing bicycle and pedestrian comfort and safety, plus operational efficiencies. Signup information and project details are at