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Posted: September 9, 2020

Grab and Go Meals

Families can either pick up 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from select sites. Families can also pick up a week's worth of meals on Mondays. The schedule will be adjusted when the holidays fall on the same day as meal pick-ups.

A week's worth of meals

A week's worth of meals

Guidelines for Families

  1. Grab and Go meals are available to anyone 18 years of age and under.
  2. Tickets are no longer required to pick up meals.
  3. Students do not need to be present, but they are always welcomed.
  4. APS asks families to wear a face-covering when picking up meals, like a homemade mask or a scarf. Face coverings are not required, and families without face coverings may still pick up meals.
  5. APS requests that you do not bring animals to the Grab and Go sites, including in your cars.

Meal Sites

Map to Grab-and-Go Meal Sites

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Free and Reduced Price School Meal Application

The online application provides easy, step-by-step directions in English and Spanish.

Apply for Free and Reduced Price School Meals

Application Directions

  • Only one application is needed per family, even if children attend different APS schools.
  • Applications must be filled out every year. Families are encouraged to complete the application by mid-September.
  • Call (505) 345-5661 ext. 38206 for more information or assistance.

Paper applications are available at APS Food and Nutrition Services, 800 Louisiana Blvd NE, between 7 am – 3 pm Monday through Friday. 

Note: Families can also apply through the APS breakfast and lunch menu mobile app, YumYummi, which you can download from Google Play or iTunes App Store.

Monetary Donations

APS Food and Nutrition Services provides complete meals to all students; no child is ever denied regardless of eligibility. We accept monetary donations to help cover the cost for students in need.

Call (505) 345-5661, extension 38209, for more information and to make donations.

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