Where to get free curbside meals for Cy-Fair ISD children

Free meals will be available to Cy-Fair ISD children age 18 and younger while schools are closed. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Free meals will be available to Cy-Fair ISD children age 18 and younger while schools are closed. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Free meals will be available to Cy-Fair ISD children age 18 and younger while schools are closed. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Cy-Fair ISD officials are offering two free curbside pickup meals each day at 19 campuses throughout the district.

Meals are available for CFISD students age 18 and younger. They can receive meals from any campus listed regardless of enrollment location.

Families can pick up breakfast and lunch simultaneously from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday through Friday while campuses are closed.


Students can accompany their parents in the drive-thru line, but those who walk or ride their bicycles to campuses must form a line and remain 6 feet apart to retrieve their meals.

Parents can pick up meals without their students, but they must bring each child’s school-issued ID card or a birth certificate, report card, official letter from the school or an attendance record for each child.


Meals are available at the following campuses.

  1. Anthony Middle School

  2. Arnold Middle School

  3. Bane Elementary School

  4. Bleyl Middle School

  5. Cypress Creek High School

  6. Cypress Lakes High School

  7. Cypress Park High School

  8. Cypress Ridge High School

  9. Cypress Springs High School

  10. Danish Elementary School

  11. Francone Elementary School

  12. Frazier Elementary School

  13. Goodson Middle School

  14. Holbroook Elementary School

  15. Horne Elementary School

  16. Kahla Middle School

  17. Kirk Elementary School

  18. Langham Creek High School

  19. Thornton Middle School


Learn more at www.cfisd.net.
By Danica Smithwick
Danica joined Community Impact Newspaper as a Cy-Fair reporter in May 2016 after graduating with a journalism degree from Union University in Jackson, Tennessee. She became editor of the Cy-Fair edition in March 2020 and continues to cover education, local government, business, demographic trends, real estate development and nonprofits.


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