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San Antonio Schools Providing Meal Service For Students During Closure

Many of the San Antonio-area school districts are ensuring students still have access to food during school closures next week by providing curbside meal services. As the Coronavirus has spread this was one of the many fears that middle and low income families were having. Many students depend on the meal they get at school since it could be the only meal they are eating throughout the day.

Meals will be served for students at different times at different campuses within each district. Please refer to your child’s specific school district’s website or social media to view the times, locations and specifics for the meal service.

As of Saturday afternoon, the following districts will provide curbside meal services for students:

Alamo Heights ISD

Child Nutrition Services is providing a drive-thru meal service for students who currently receive free or reduced-price meals.

Edgewood ISD

Beginning Tuesday, March 17, breakfast and lunch will be made available to our students! Pick up breakfast or lunch via grab and go service at any campus.

Judson ISD

JISD will be providing curbside meal service to students 18 years old and younger who are present to pick up breakfast and lunch at six campus locations to further support families.

Medina Valley ISD

Children 18 years and younger can pick up meals at designated locations and times for breakfast and lunch.

New Braunfels ISD

Children must be present to receive a meal. Each child present will receive one meal per service time, per day. The morning service time will offer a hot breakfast-to-go with the option for an additional cold lunch to-go. The mid-day service time will only offer a hot lunch to go.

North East ISD

Each “to go” meal will include a lunch and a breakfast item and will come at no charge, regardless of meal eligibility status. Your child does not need to attend one of the listed sites below to receive the free meal.

Schertz-Cibolo-Universal City ISD

SCUC ISD will serve breakfast and lunch at no cost to students each day next week at one central location, Schertz Elementary School.

South San Antonio ISD

South San ISD is offering a drive-thru/walk-up service to all children 18 and under for takeout breakfast and lunch at four locations.

Southside ISD

Children must be present and need to bring their ID to pick up meals.

Southwest ISD

“Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller announced his agency has been granted flexibility from the federal school meal program to allow Texas schools to continue to provide meals to students even if temporarily closed due to coronavirus,” according to a press release.


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