Chandler USD expands curbside meal service

Chandler USD is offering curbside meal service. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Chandler USD is offering curbside meal service. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Chandler USD is offering curbside meal service. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Chandler USD announced March 27 that it would ramp up its curbside meal service for students. The district is serving meals Monday, Wednesday and Friday until school resumes. Monday’s distribution will contain meals for Monday and Tuesday; Wednesday’s distribution will contain meals for Wednesday and Thursday; Friday’s distribution will contain meals for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, according to the district. The limit in frequency allows staff to limit contact with the public while still getting the meals to children, according to the district.

All Arizona schools have been shut down due to COVID-19 through April 10.

Chandler Unified Curbside Meal Service is free for any child 18 and under with no paperwork required. Children must be present and meals should be consumed off-site. Meals for adults are not available.

Breakfast and Lunch Sites:

Available 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday


Chandler High School

350 N. Arizona Ave, Chandler

main entrance of school

Hamilton High School

3700 S. Arizona Ave, Chandler

main entrance of school

Andersen Junior High School

1255 Dobson Rd, Chandler

main entrance of school

Willis Junior High School

401 S. McQueen Rd, Chandler

main entrance of school

Perry High School

1919 E. Queen Creek Rd., Gilbert

North West Entrance

Sanborn Elementary School

700 N. Superstition Blvd., Chandler, AZ 85225

South Staff Parking Lot

Santan Junior High School

1550 E. Chandler Heights Rd., Chandler, AZ 85249

South Entrance

Afternoon Snack/ Dinner Sites:

Available: 4-6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday and Friday

Frye Elementary School

801 E. Frye Road, Chandler, AZ 85225

south end of main entrance parking lot

Hartford Sylvia Encinas Elementary

700 N. Hartford, Chandler, AZ 85225

main entrance of school

Basha High School

5990 S. Val Vista Drive, Chandler, AZ 85249

north end of main entrance parking lot
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