UPDATED: Spring ISD adds evening curbside meal service

Free meals will be available to qualifying students in Spring and Klein ISDs March 16-20. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Free meals will be available to qualifying students in Spring and Klein ISDs March 16-20. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Free meals will be available to qualifying students in Spring and Klein ISDs March 16-20. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Updated March 25 at 9:28 a.m.

Beginning March 23, Spring ISD families are now able to pick up meals curbside in the evening, between 5-7 p.m., at the following school sites:

  • Claughton Middle, 3000 Spears Road, Houston

  • Smith Elementary, 26000 Cypresswood Drive, Spring


Posted March 15 at 1:18 p.m.


As many Greater Houston-area school districts have extended spring break another week amidst coronavirus concerns, both Spring and Klein ISDs are providing free meals for children 18 years old or younger March 16-20.

In SISD, families will be able to pick up breakfast and lunch March 16-20 between 8-11 a.m. at the following school sites:

  • Anderson Elementary, 6218 Lyngate Drive, Spring

  • Bammel Elementary, 17309 Red Oak Drive, Houston

  • Booker Elementary, 22352 Imperial Valley Drive, Houston

  • Clark Primary, 12625 River Laurel Drive, Houston

  • Claughton Middle, 3000 Spears Road, Houston

  • Hoyland Elementary, 2200 Wittershaw Drive, Houston

  • McNabb Elementary, 743 E. Cypresswood Drive, Spring

  • Meyer Elementary, 16330 Forest Way Drive, Houston

  • Ponderosa Elementary, 17202 Butte Creek Road, Houston

  • Reynolds Elementary, 3975 Gladeridge Drive, Houston

  • Smith Elementary, 26000 Cypresswood Drive, Spring


Children must be present for families to receive the grab-and-go meals, which will be available at the drive-thru area in front of each campus. For more information, click here.

In KISD, families will be able to pick up a full week’s worth of breakfasts and lunches on March 16-17 between 8-11 a.m. Curbside meal pickup locations include the following school sites:

  • Klein Intermediate, 4710 W. Mount Houston Road, Houston

  • Mittelstadt Elementary, 7525 Kleingreen Lane, Spring

  • Schultz Elementary, 7920 Willow Forest Drive, Tomball

  • Wunderlich Intermediate, 11800 Misty Valley Drive, Houston


KISD children 18 years old and younger must be present for families to receive the free meals, but children are not required to bring a student ID. For more information, click here.
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By Hannah Zedaker

Born and raised in Cypress, Texas, Hannah Zedaker graduated from Sam Houston State University in 2016 with a bachelor's degree in mass communication and a minor in political science. She began as an intern with Community Impact Newspaper in 2015 and was hired upon graduation as a reporter for The Woodlands edition in May 2016. In January 2019, she was promoted to serve as the editor of the Spring/Klein edition where she covers Spring ISD and Harris County Commissioners Court, in addition to business, development and transportation news.


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