Houston ISD resumes curbside meal pickup July 20 through end of the summer

Houston ISD will resume curbside meal service on July 20 after a two-week hiatus. (Hunter Marrow/Community Impact Newspaper)
Houston ISD will resume curbside meal service on July 20 after a two-week hiatus. (Hunter Marrow/Community Impact Newspaper)

Houston ISD will resume curbside meal service on July 20 after a two-week hiatus. (Hunter Marrow/Community Impact Newspaper)

Houston ISD will resume its curbside meal pickup program July 20 at a dozen locations, including seven in partnership with the Houston Food Bank, which operates 250 partner sites throughout the region.

The curbside program was put on hold after July 3 amid concerns about rising COVID-19 cases in the area. At the time, only five locations were offering pickup service.

Here are the sites that will be open on Mondays and Thursdays through Monday, Aug. 31. Times vary by location; check the schedule at www.houstonisd.org/SummerMeals for updated information.

Sam Houston Math Science and Technology Center, 9400 Irvington Blvd.

Revere Middle School, 10502 Briar Forest Dr.


Kashmere High School, 6900 Wileyvale St.

Chavez High School, 8501 Howard Dr.

Milby High School, 1601 Broadway St.

Booker T. Washington High School, 4204 Yale St.

Lawson Middle School, 14000 Stancliff St.

Clifton Middle School, 6001 Golden Forest Dr.

Wisdom High School, 6529 Beverly Hill Lane

Furr High School, 500 Mercury Dr.

North Forest High School, 10726 Mesa Dr.

Marshall Middle School, 1115 Noble St.

Marshall will be replaced by Northside High School, 1101 Quitman St., after the campus is sanitized following a case of COVID-19.


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