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Aldine ISD Adjusts Meal Bundle Pickup for Families and Employees

Beginning Tuesday, October 27, Aldine ISD Child Nutrition will extend meal bundle pickup services to provide food for all Aldine ISD students and children 18 and under. 

To increase participation in meal bundle pickup, Aldine Child Nutrition is adding an additional six curbside meal sites to their list of 12. Mead Middle School, Carroll, Goodman, Kujawa, Harris and Marcella elementary schools will serve as meal bundle pickup sites on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. 

Additionally, an evening pick up time has been added at the high schools to provide a second opportunity for families to pick up meal bundles. Evening meal bundle pick up will be available from 4 to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Aldine, Blanson CTE, Carver, Davis, Eisenhower, MacArthur and Nimitz high schools. 

Aldine ISD employees can also take advantage of the evening meal bundles. Employees can pick up meals for their children on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting at 3:30 p.m. at any of the high schools providing evening meal bundles.

Elementary, middle and high school students learning on-campus will have an opportunity to take home weekend meal bundles each Friday after school. Students will be able to pick up a weekend meal bundle on their way home, whether they are a car rider, bus rider, or walker. This will include breakfast and lunch meals for Saturday and Sunday. 

Who are the meals for?


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Aldine ISD understands that food is important to children’s overall well-being and academic success. Meal bundles are available to all children 18 and under. Free meal bundles, breakfast and lunch, are available to students participating in on-campus learning, virtual learning, as well as children 18 and under, who are not currently enrolled in Aldine ISD. 

The Texas Department of Agriculture policy requires parents or guardians picking up meals without a child present to present documentation for each child. Accepted documentation includes one of the following (only one form is required): 

  • Official letter/email/electronic school application
  • Student report card
  • Student ID card
  • Attendance records with student’s names,
  • A birth certificate.

Why should you pick up meals?

Aldine ISD Child Nutrition is offering free meals through an extended waiver from the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA). All students learning on campus and at home can receive breakfast and lunch at no cost through the remainder of the 2020-2021 school year. 

  • Two stops a week = 14 meals per child
  • Free meals help stretch your own household food budget. 
  • School meals are convenient and time-saving. Each meal bundle comes with heating directions.
  • School meals deliver nutrition, taste and fun!
  • School meals use local products and help sustain the local economy, creating and maintaining jobs.

All students are eligible for one breakfast and one lunch per day per federal guidance. If a student eats breakfast and lunch on campus, the student is not eligible to pick up meals at the curbside meal site. They will be able to take home weekend meal bundles on Fridays

For more information, please visit the Aldine ISD Child Nutrition website. Families with multiple children in different grade levels can pick up meal bundles at any one location.

Tuesdays: Breakfast and Lunch Bundle

Thursday: Breakfast and Lunch Bundle

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Monday

The schools below will serve as FREE curbside meal sites for children 18 and under on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at all curbside meal sites and in the evenings from 4 to 5:30 p.m. at the HIGH SCHOOLS ONLY. * Campus serves as an evening meal site.

 

HIGH SCHOOLS

MIDDLE SCHOOLS

ELEMENTARY

*Aldine High School

Mead Middle School

Carroll Elementary

*Blanson CTE High School

Shotwell Middle School

Escamilla Elementary

*Carver High School

 

Goodman Elementary

*Davis High School

 

Greespoint Elementary

*Eisenhower High School

 

Harris Elementary

*MacArthur High School

 

Jones Elementary

*Nimitz High School

 

Kujawa Elementary

     Marcella Elementary

     Wilson Elementary




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