• June 29, 2022

Tags : episd meals

EPISD closes 3 low-use school meal sites, Will not distribute

Monday afternoon, officials with the El Paso Independent School District announced the closure of three campus meal distribution sites because of low usage, the District’s Food & Nutrition Services Department announced. District officials said low participation at Bonham, Lamar and Lundy elementary schools did not make it fiscally viable to continue the distribution program at […]Read More

El Paso ISD announces extended meal distribution times

Monday morning, officials with the El Paso Independent School District announced expanded distribution times for its Free & Reduced-Price Meal program, in order to better meet the needs of parents during virtual learning. Students who qualify to receive either free or reduced-priced breakfast and lunch – or those who wish to buy meals — can have […]Read More

Children will get Grab and Go Meals for Saturdays starting

Children who receive meals from EPISD will begin getting food for Saturdays this week as part of new distribution rules adopted by the District during the pandemic-related campus closures. “With the current pandemic situation, there is much more food insecurity out there,” said Laura Duran, director of food services. “Most students depend on school meals and if […]Read More

Video+Stoy: EPISD Cares campaign funds meals for families impacted by

Wednesday morning, officials with the El Paso Independent School District announced the launch EPISD Cares, a fundraising campaign to help El Pasoans Fighting Hunger Food Bank in their efforts to feed families impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. “EPISD is distributing 32,000 meals per week at 50 sites throughout the District in order to meet the dietary […]Read More