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“These are unprecedented times which means that we must make unprecedented decisions, such as how to feed students breakfast and lunch daily while our schools are closed. Thanks to the dedication of the Arlington ISD Food Services team, we were able to develop a plan to ensure all students receive daily meals until school resumes. I sincerely thank you for your ongoing care and concern for our students and teachers.”

- Dr. Marcelo Cavazos, Superintendent

Meal Plan Operations

  • Any child age 18 or younger may receive one lunch meal & one breakfast meal Monday - Friday
  • Meals can be picked up daily from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. at every site
  • Children must be present to receive meals
  • Meals are packaged to take home as schools are closed
  • No student ID or other form of identification is required
  • Arlington ISD Food and Nutrition Service personnel will be distributing the meals

Meals available

  • Each day during the closure, children 18 years of age or younger will be provided one packaged lunch meal and one light breakfast meal for the following morning
  • One entrée will be offered for each meal; a non-meat option is available
  • Menus will be posted below

Feeding Sites


Other Student Meal Options in Arlington

If you are needing further assistance with meals for your family, the following Arlington ISD partners are also offering free meals during our school closure: