EPISD summer meal distribution to begin Monday


EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – The El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) will continue to provide free takehome breakfast and lunch to any children ages 1 to 18 during the summer.

According to EPISD, participating families will continue to receive take-home meals from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for children regardless of their enrollment status with the district.

Summer meal distributions will end on Aug. 7, the Friday before the scheduled start of the 2020-2021 school year.

Starting on Monday, the number of distribution sites during the summer will be reduced to 40.

According to a release, the same meal pick-up procedures that have been used for distribution during the pandemic closures will be used during the summer. The verification cards being used by the District for those campuses that will no longer serve meals schools that will no longer serve meals will be honored at nearby sites.

The 40 distribution sites are:

  • Andress High
  • Armendariz Middle
  • Barron Elementary
  • Bassett Middle
  • Bowie High
  • Brown Middle
  • Chapin High
  • Charles Middle
  • Clardy Elementary
  • Coldwell Elementary
  • Cooley Elementary
  • Crockett Elementary
  • Crosby Elementary
  • El Paso High
  • • Fannin Elementary
  • Franklin High
  • Guerrero Elementary
  • Guillen Middle
  • Henderson Middle
  • Herrera Elementary
  • Hillside Elementary
  • Kohlberg Elementary
  • Lee Elementary
  • Logan Elementary
  • MacArthur Intermediate
  • Magoffin Middle
  • Morehead Middle
  • Moye Elementary
  • Nixon Elementary
  • Park Elementary
  • Putnam Elementary
  • Rivera Elementary
  • Roberts Elementary
  • Ross Middle
  • Rusk Elementary
  • Stanton Elementary
  • Terrace Hills Middle
  • Tom Lea Elementary
  • Whitaker Elementary
  • Zach White Elementary

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