Pflugerville ISD launches curbside meal pickup for students during extended school closures

Pflugerville ISD will provide breakfast and lunch, available for curbside pickup, to all students at ten locations across the district. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)
Pflugerville ISD will provide breakfast and lunch, available for curbside pickup, to all students at ten locations across the district. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Pflugerville ISD will provide breakfast and lunch, available for curbside pickup, to all students at ten locations across the district. (Iain Oldman/Community Impact Newspaper)

Following an announcement that its campuses will stay closed through at least April 3 in order to stop the spread of coronavirus, Pflugerville ISD released plans to provide free meals to local children beginning March 23.

Pflugerville ISD will provide breakfast and lunch, available for curbside pickup, to all students at ten locations across the district.


Breakfast will be available from 8 a.m.-9 a.m., and lunch will be available from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Parents can pick up both meals at the same time, the PfISD website states.

These free meals will be available to all students 18 years of age or younger regardless of PfISD residency or enrollment, according to the school district. Children must be present in order to receive meals.

Listed below are the pickup locations for meals in PfISD:

  • Pflugerville High School, 1301 W. Pecan St., Pflugerville;

  • Dessau Middle School,12900 Dessau Road, Austin;

  • Kelly Lane Middle School, 18900 Falcon Pointe Blvd., Pflugerville;

  • Park Crest Middle School, 1500 N. Railroad Ave., Pflugerville;

  • Westview Middle School, 1805 Scofield Lane, Austin;

  • Copperfield Elementary School, 12135 Thompkins Drive, Austin;

  • Northwest Elementary School, 14014 Thermal Drive, Austin;

  • Pflugerville Elementary School, 701 Immanuel Road, Pflugerville;

  • Wieland Elementary School, 900 Tudor House Road, Pflugerville; and

  • Windermere Elementary School, 429 Grand Ave. Parkway, Pflugerville.


By Iain Oldman

Iain Oldman joined Community Impact Newspaper in 2017 after spending two years in Pittsburgh, Pa., where he covered Pittsburgh City Council. His byline has appeared in PublicSource, WESA-FM and Scranton-Times Tribune. Iain worked as the reporter for Community Impact Newspaper's flagship Round Rock/Pflugerville/Hutto edition and is now working as the reporter for Northwest Austin.


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