Free meal pickup at Humble, New Caney ISDs continues into summer

Humble ISD and New Caney ISD both extended their free meal programs to continue offering meals to local families. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Humble ISD and New Caney ISD both extended their free meal programs to continue offering meals to local families. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Humble ISD and New Caney ISD both extended their free meal programs to continue offering meals to local families. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

The last days of the 2019-20 school year for New Caney ISD and Humble ISD and students were May 22 and 29, respectively. Now, with summer in full swing, both districts are extending their meal programs to continue offering free carryout meals to local families.

Humble ISD reduced its meal pickup days to Mondays and Wednesdays from 11 a.m.-noon; however, families can pick up two days worth of food from June 1-29, according to the district's website.


Meals can be picked up from Humble and Kingwood Park high schools, Humble Middle School and Oaks, Ridge Creek and River Pines elementary schools.

NCISD has also extended its free meal service pickup through July 31, according to a news release on the district's website. Families can pick up breakfast and lunch meals Mon.-Thu. from 8:30-11:30 a.m.

Not only NCISD families but all local families can pick up meals for their children at New Caney and Sorters Mill elementary schools, per the district.
By Kelly Schafler

Editor, Lake Houston | Humble | Kingwood

Kelly Schafler is the editor for the Lake Houston, Humble and Kingwood edition of Community Impact Newspaper, covering public education, city government, development, businesses, local events and all things community-related. Before she became editor, she was the reporter for the Conroe and Montgomery edition for a year and a half.



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