BOISE, Idaho — Boise School District will expand Grab-And-Go meal services starting March 30, for children who need nutritious meals while schools are closed. Starting Monday through Friday, free sack meals will be available from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m at the following locations:
- Garfield Elementary School, in the front of the school
- Taft Elementary School, in the front of the school
- Grace Jordan Elementary School, in the front of school
- Whitney Elementary School, at the bus loop drop off near the Community Center entrance
- Morley Nelson Elementary School, at the student drop off loop by Community Center
- Whittier Elementary School, at the bus loop entrance
School buses will deliver meals to the following school areas between approximately 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Any child ages 1-18 can receive one breakfast and one lunch per day to eat at home. No identification or proof of school enrollment is required, but the child must be present. Meals will be served in a drive-through manner and meals are not to be eaten on site. There will be no public access inside the schools; these are not places to socialize or congregate at this time.
Meals will be served sack style on a first come first served basis. Each sack will contain one breakfast and one lunch.
If your child requires special meal accommodations, please contact the Boise School District Food & Nutrition Service Office at 208-854-4067 to make arrangements.
If you have questions on how Boise School District is adapting to the pandemic, follow thislink.