Meals for students
Meals are available for any child under 18 years old who needs breakfast or lunch during the school closure. Parents/guardians do NOT need to bring their student(s) with them to pick up meals. Multiple days' worth of meals will be distributed. Please check here frequently for updates.
Meals will be distributed curbside at the main entrance of these sites between 10 a.m. and noon on Mondays* and Wednesdays:
Effective Monday, May 11: Irondale High School, 2425 Long Lake Rd, New Brighton
Due to construction, Pinewood Elementary will no longer serve as a pickup location effective Thursday, May 7.
Snail Lake Education Center - 350 Hwy 96 W, Shoreview
Highview Middle School - 2300 7th Street NW, New Brighton
Edgewood Middle School - 5100 Edgewood Drive N, Mounds View
*There will be no curbside pick up on Monday, May 25 (Memorial Day). A bag with five meals included will be distributed on Wednesday, May 20.
If you cannot make it to a school site for curbside pick up, neighborhood pick up locations will also be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays. This interactive map will direct you to the most convenient pick up location. Meals will be delivered by bus/van to these locations.
If you have any questions about meals during school closures, call your school directly
Breakfast & Lunch Menus
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