2020-2021 Resources During COVID-19 » Student Grab & Go Meals

Student Grab & Go Meals

Starting September 8th, CVUSD will offer FREE “Grab and Go” meals to any child under the age of 18.  Families may pick up a meal from any site listed above.  Legal guardians may pick up meals on behalf of their child.  Meal service will include one bagged breakfast and one bagged hot lunch. Menus will be posted online in advance: HERE
 
View the flyers below...

FAQs:

Q: Does my child need to attend a school in CVUSD?

A: No, as long as your child is under the age of 18 we can provide breakfast and 

lunch to that child.  These are universal free meals for children in the community.   


Q: Do children need to be present to pick up meals? 

A: No, but someone representing the family must be present and let us know who they’re picking up meals for.


Q: Will you provide meals on weekends/holidays?

A:  No, we will only have food service on district scheduled school days.  

This will be reflected on the online menus for days we will not have service 

(for example, we will not have food service on Labor Day).  


Q: If I do not have access to a car at this time, can I walk-thru instead? 

A: Yes, we currently offer walk-thru service. 


Q: What PPE is required while picking up food?

A: We require everyone to wear a face covering while picking up food.  

All food service staff also wear face coverings to protect the public.  


Q: Will my child be charged?

A: No, the USDA passed a new waiver that became active on September 1, 2020.   

This allows school districts to serve any child in the community at no cost to the family. 


Q: How long will meals be universally free?

A: This new waiver is valid through December 31, 2020.  We will make 

an announcement if there are any changes before then.  

Starting September 8th

CVUSD Will be Offering

FREE 

Breakfast and Lunch 

 GRAB AND GO MEALS

To any child under 18 

 

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY

(on all scheduled school days)

Families are still encouraged to apply for the Free & Reduced Program for additional benefits: 

Apply for the Free & Reduced Program

Additional support from the state of California can be found here:
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