Local kids can eat free breakfast and lunch as part of Houston ISD’s Summer Meals Program, which runs from June 5-July 3 at more than 250 campuses across the city, including 22 schools in the area.
The program is open to all children ages 1-18 regardless of where they go to school. No paperwork, registration or proof of income is required.
Among the participating schools are Arabic Immersion Magnet School at 812 W. 28th St., Black Middle School at 1575 Chantilly Ln., Browning Elementary at 607 Northwood Dr., Clifton Middle School at 6001 Golden Forest Dr., Crockett Elementary at 2122 Crockett St., Durham Elementary at 4803 Brinkman St., Field Elementary at 703 E. 17th St., Garden Oaks Montessori Magnet at 901 Sue Barnett Dr., Hamilton Middle School at 139 E. 20th St., Heights High School at 413 E. 13th St., Helms Elementary at 503 W. 21st St., Hogg Middle School at 1100 Merrill St., Love Elementary at 1120 W. 13th St., Williams Middle School at 6100 Knox St., Oak Forest Elementary at 1401 W. 43rd St., Scarborough High School at 4141 Costa Rica Rd., Sinclair Elementary at 6410 Grovewood Ln., Smith Elementary at 4802 Chrystell Ln., Stevens Elementary at 1910 La Monte Ln., Wainwright Elementary at 5330 Milwee St., Waltrip High School at 1900 W. 34th St. and Washington High School at 119 E. 39th St.
Meals will be served Monday through Thursday at varying times depending on the campus, so families are encouraged to call the school ahead of time to confirm serving times. Adults also can eat at a cost of $2.75 for breakfast and $4 for lunch.
For questions about the program, call HISD Nutrition Services at 713-491-5944. A list of all locations can be found at www.houstonisd.org/summermeals.
To find no-cost meals after July 3, call 211 or the City of Houston Parks and Recreation Department at 713-676-6832.