Dallas ISD served more than 211,000 meals to nearly 24,000 students on the second day of bulk grab-and-go meal service on March 26.
Each meal package given to students had breakfast, lunch and dinner for three days.
Starting next week, Seagoville High School and E.D. Walker Middle School will no longer offer meal service, while Leonides Gonzalez Cigarroa Elementary School will start providing grab-and-go bulk meals. Cigarroa Elementary is located near Francisco “Pancho” Medrano Middle School, which saw some of the highest demand for meal service in the first week.
The bulk grab-and-go meals are distributed on Mondays and Thursdays from 10 a.m.–1 p.m. at the entrance of the selected schools. All children 18 years of age and younger qualify for the meals, as well as all students with disabilities regardless of age. At most locations, families will be able to pick up the meals from their cars.