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CCISD eases up on curbside meal-pickup student requirement

Posted at 6:19 PM, Mar 30, 2020

The Corpus Christi Independent School District have eased their policy for "to-go" meals. The school district will no longer require students to be in the vehicle when a parent or guardian picks up breakfast and lunch packages.

The curbside meal-pickup program is available each weekday from 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Drivers are asked to place one of the following on the dashboard against the closed window:

Letter/email/electronic application from any school that lists each child enrolled

Individual student report cards
Attendance record from school website’s portal that includes each child’s name
Birth certificate(s)
Student ID card(s)

The curbside meal pickup program began the week students were to return from Spring Break. With schools forced to remain closed due to the COVID-19 crisis, administrators feared students who typically only get to eat at school would go without eating a healthy meal for weeks. The school district initiated the program at a few schools eventually expanding it to all of the high schools and several elementary schools.

Mary Carroll High School, 5301 Weber Road

David Crockett Elementary School, 2625 Belton Street
George Evans Elementary School, 1315 Comanche Street
Rafael Galvan Elementary School, 3126 Masterson Drive
Paul R. HaasMiddle School, 6630 McArdle Road
Gloria HicksElementary School, 3602 McArdle Road
Richard King High School, 5225 Gollihar Road
Blanche MooreElementary School, 6121 Durant Drive
Roy Miller High School, 1 Battlin Buc Blvd.
Foy H. Moody High School, 1818 Trojan Drive
Oak ParkElementary School, 3801 Leopard Street
W.B. Ray High School, 1002 Texan Trail
Rose ShawElementary School, 2920 Soledad Street
William B. TravisElementary School, 3210 Churchill Drive
Veterans Memorial High School, 3750 Cimarron Blvd.
Windsor ParkElementary School, 4525 South Alameda Street
Lorenzo de ZavalaElementary School, 3125 Ruth Street