Whether your child is learning remotely this fall or participating in the blended learning model, he or she will have access to free grab-and-go meals from the NYC DOE.
Meal hubs, which are listed on the DOE's website by borough, will operate Monday through Friday from 7:30–11:30 for children and families and 11:30am–1:30pm for adults. Identification is not required and those who stop by will be able to pick up several meals at a time. Vegetarian and Halal options are up for grabs, as well as pizza kits.
The health of our students is our first priority this fall, and that includes making sure every student has access to nutritious meals no matter where they are learning-- remotely or in-person. pic.twitter.com/UHHX9nsWef— NYC Public Schools (@NYCSchools) September 3, 2020
No signup or registration is necessary, and meals will be set up near entry points for easy access and pickup by students and families. Please visit https://t.co/ZOQdtTFMTQ for more information.— NYC Public Schools (@NYCSchools) September 3, 2020
Visit the NYC DOE website to learn more about the meal schedule and nutritional information. In the meantime, be sure to access free museum entry this week—your favorite family attractions are offering freebies and discounts for students before the first day of school on Monday.