MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Miami-Dade and Broward County Public Schools will continue their free food distribution service through the summer.

Citing food insecurity issues, Miami-Dade County Public Schools says it “stands firm in its commitment to support students and their families.”

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The free meal distributions will take place at various locations.

Meals For Summer Schools and Camps

  • Free breakfast and lunch meals will be provided daily to all students attending summer school or district-affiliated camps and programs located in M-DCPS schools.
  • Distributions will run through August 13, 2021 (except July 5 holiday).

Summer Site Daily “Walk-In” Meals

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  • As per USDA regulations, free summer meals provided daily on campus are also available to students/children 18 and younger who are not enrolled in a program, but who walk in to receive a grab-and-go breakfast and/or lunch.
  • For location, times and dates, visit the Summer BreakSpot and click on “Find a Site.”
  • Students/children who walk in must follow the school site’s administrative security requirements/check-in procedures at each visit.

Summer Curbside Meal Distribution Schedule

  • Curbside meal distribution will be available at 50 schools across the district for students not attending summer school or camp and not receiving meals as a daily walk-in.
  • Curbside meals may be picked up as follows:
    • Will run through August 12, 2021
    • Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.

SCHOOL LIST:

  • Linda Lentin K-8 Center
  • Miami Norland SHS
  • Dr. Frederica S. Wilson / Skyway Elementary
  • Carol City Middle School
  • Joella C. Good Elementary
  • Miami Jackson SHS
  • Miami Northwestern SHS
  • Morningside K-8 Academy
  • Horace Mann Middle School
  • Liberty City Elementary
  • Booker T. Washington SHS
  • Treasure Island Elementary
  • Miami Beach Fienberg / Fisher K-8 Center
  • Ruth K. Broad / Bay Harbor K-8 Center
  • Virginia A. Boone / Highland Oaks Elementary
  • North Miami Beach SHS
  • Hialeah SHS Westland
  • Hialeah SHS
  • American SHS
  • Barbara Goleman SHS
  • Hialeah-Miami Lakes SHS
  • South Hialeah Elementary
  • Miami Springs SHS
  • Ruben Dario Middle School
  • Paul W. Bell Middle School
  • Ronald W. Reagan Doral SHS
  • Kinloch Park Middle School
  • South Miami SHS
  • Miami SHS
  • Riviera Middle School
  • Riverside Elementary
  • Coral Gables SHS
  • Norma Butler Bossard Elementary
  • Felix Varela SHS
  • Devon Aire K-8 Center
  • Miami Killian SHS
  • Miami Southridge SHS
  • Winston Park K-8 Center
  • Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elementary
  • Rockway Middle School
  • Miami Coral Park SHS
  • Dr. Manuel Barreiro Elementary
  • Holmes Braddock SHS
  • Miami Sunset SHS
  • Robert Russa Moton Elementary
  • Palmetto Middle School
  • Goulds Elementary
  • Leisure City K-8 Center
  • Redland Middle School
  • Homestead SHS

Per USDA requirements, parents must show a valid ID* (i.e., student ID, passport, adoption decree, report card, or other official documentation) for each child they request meals for when the student/child is not present at curbside pick-up.

In Broward, public schools will continue to offer free curbside ‘Grab-and-Go Summer Meals’ for all children in the community 18 years of age or younger.

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For more information on food distribution locations, dates and time, go to browardschools.com/food-service.

CBSMiami.com Team