Where can I pick up school meals? (Revised 4/3/20)

Redwood City School District (RCSD) has streamlined and improved its school meal distribution process as it balances safety for both families and employees with continuing to provide this essential service. 

 

The following will take effect starting Monday, April 6, at the Ford, Garfield, and Hoover sites:

  • Serving days will be on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays only. 
  • On Wednesday of every week, families will be able to also pick up meals for Thursday and Friday at the same time as the sites will be closed Thursdays and Fridays.
  • The meals that will be provided will continue to be breakfast and lunch. 
  • The schedule will continue to be 10:30 to 11:30 am. 

 

The following will take effect starting Monday, April 6, at the Roosevelt site:

  • Families will be able to pick up supper at Roosevelt in addition to breakfast and lunch. 
  • Serving days will be on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays only. 
  • On Wednesday of every week, families will be able to also pick up meals for Thursday and Friday at the same time as the sites will be closed Thursdays and Fridays. 
  • The meals that will be provided at Roosevelt will include supper in addition to continuing with breakfast and lunch. 
  • The schedule will continue to be 10:30 to 11:30 am. 

 

All families will need to continue complying with staff to maintain their physical distance.

Any child who is under 18-years old can get both breakfast and lunch. The child does not need to be a student in RCSD and does not need to be present anymore per a waiver from the USDA. 

Frozen entrees will continue to be provided as drive-thru brown bags, which means families can pick them up and take them home to heat up. 

As a reminder, families are asked not to park or get out of their cars as staff will be out front ready with the meals to be picked up. Families just need to pop the trunk and staff will place the meals in the trunk.