Eligibility for a free food distribution program at Broward public schools is offered to anyone age 18 or younger, even if they’re not a student at a public school.
Food distributions at all schools are Tuesdays and Thursdays during days schools are open. Information about individual schools is available online or dial 211
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Information For Broward Schools distributions
In your bus loop or car loop, walk up or drive up for grab-and-go meal bundles. If the student is not present, parents need to display their youngster’s ID. Eligible forms of ID include student ID, birth certificate or report cards.
Bundles include three breakfast meals and three lunch meals. Adults are welcome to purchase food bundles at $1.80 per breakfast and $2.75 per lunch.
These high schools offer distribution 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays & Thursdays
- Boyd Anderson
- Blanche Ely
- Coconut Creek
- Cooper City
- Coral Glades
- Coral Springs
- Cypress Bay
- Deerfield Beach
- Charles W. Flanagan
- Ft. Lauderdale
- Hollywood Hills
- South Broward
- South Plantation
- Marjory Stoneman-Douglas
- West Broward
More information about free and reduced price meals from Broward Schools is online.
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