Curbisde Meal Information
Spring ISD Child Nutrition will have meals ready to go this school year for all of our virtual learners. Through the end of the school year curbside meals will be available to all children 18 years or younger. Please check back frequently for updates due to holidays and inclement weather.
Update! New curbside serving days starting 2/15:Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Only.
A total of 14 meals are served throughout the week for curbside pick-up. Children will receive one breakfast and one lunch meal per day of the week. Breakfast includes an entree, 1 cup of fruit, and a choice of milk. Lunch includes a hot entree, 1 cup of fruit, 1 cup of vegetables, and a choice of milk.Curbside meal pickup schedule:Morning pick-up:7-8AM (Bailey Middle School & Claughton Middle School Only)
- Monday: 2 breakfast & 2 lunch meals per child
- Wednesday: 2 breakfast & 2 lunch meals per child
- Friday: 3 breakfast & 3 lunch meals per child (includes weekend meals)
Evening pick-up: 4-5:30PM (All open sites listed below)
List of schools open for pickup -
- Booker Elementary
- Burchett Elementary
- Clark Primary Elementary
- Cooper Elementary
- Hirsch Elementary
- Jenkins Elementary
- McNabb Elementary
- Ponderosa Elementary
- Reynolds Elementary
- Smith Elementary
- Thompson Elementary
- Bailey Middle School (Morning Pickup ONLY)
- Claughton Middle School (Morning Pickup ONLY)
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible to receive meals?
- We are offering meals at no cost to all:
*While this flexibility is available through USDA
- In-Person students
- Remote/Virtual students
- Children ages 18 and younger in the community
Where are meals picked up on each campus?
- Families participating in curbside service will be directed at each campus to the curbside service location.
Do students have a choice of milk?
- Yes. A choice of white or chocolate milk.
How will the meals be loaded into the vehicle?
Does the child need to be present inside the vehicle?We request that parents bring proof their child is enrolled in a district somewhere. If a child is not enrolled in a district, then a birth certificate may be provided instead. Accepted forms of child identification include:
- Meals can either be passed through the passenger side window or families can choose to open their trunk where Child Nutrition staff may leave the meals.
- Official Letter/email from school listing children enrolled at the campus
- Student ID number
- Student ID cards
- Individual student report cards
- Attendance record from parent portal of school website
- Birth certificate
- Official letter/email from facility or school listing children enrolled
- Other official ID cards (for example, IDs issued by a child care facility)
- We are offering meals at no cost to all:
Will we receive heating instructions along with weekend meals?
Yes, each week you will receive a heating instruction sheet with your meals.The heating instructions can also be found here:
How will special dietary accommodations be handled during curbside pickup?
- Forms for curbside dietary accommodations (such as food allergies) will be available at each curbside location or you may print out form below bring them to your preferred curbside pickup location.
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