All Cy-Fair ISD students age 18 and younger will receive breakfast and lunch at no cost through Dec. 31 pending funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, district officials announced ahead of the start of the school year Sept. 8.

“As our nation reopens and people return to work, it remains critical our children continue to receive safe, healthy, and nutritious food. During the COVID-19 pandemic, USDA has provided an unprecedented amount of flexibilities to help schools feed kids through the school meal programs, and today, we are also extending summer meal program flexibilities for as long as we can, legally and financially,” U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue said in an Aug. 31 statement.

Students from the CFISD Connect virtual learning program are eligible for free curbside grab-and-go meals. Families can pick up two breakfasts and two lunches on Tuesdays and three breakfasts and three lunches on Thursdays.

The district offers meal pickups on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4-6 p.m. at the following campuses:

  • Bane Elementary School

  • Bang Elementary School

  • Emmott Elementary School

  • Hancock Elementary School

  • Reed Elementary School

  • Willbern Elementary School

  • Anthony Middle School

  • Aragon Middle School

  • Arnold Middle School

  • Bleyl Middle School

  • Campbell Middle School

  • Cook Middle School

  • Dean Middle School

  • Goodson Middle School

  • Hopper Middle School

  • Kahla Middle School

  • Labay Middle School

  • Salyards Middle School

  • Spillane Middle School

  • Thornton Middle School

  • Truitt Middle School

  • Watkins Middle School

  • Bridgeland High School

  • Cy-Fair High School

  • Cypress Creek High School

  • Cypress Falls High School

  • Cypress Lakes High School

  • Cypress Park High School

  • Cypress Ranch High School

  • Cypress Ridge High School

  • Cypress Springs High School

  • Cypress Woods High School

  • Jersey Village High School

  • Langham Creek High School

Parents or guardians must have identification for each of their students if their children are not present for meal pickups. Students attending classes on campus are not eligible for curbside meals as they will eat at school, officials said.

See further instructions about meal pickup below: