Free meal program continues into summer

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Michael Martin

Frisco ISD is continuing its free meal program for the upcoming summer. Students 18 or younger are eligible for meals, regardless of FISD enrollment or family income, and from May 27 to June 24, those signed up to receive meals will be able to pick up five days worth of food on Thursdays at Cobb and Clark Middle School or Bright Academy and Christie Elementary School/ECS by special request. 

Ana Cuen, Managing Editor

Frisco ISD is continuing its free meal program for the upcoming summer. Students 18 or younger are eligible for meals, regardless of FISD enrollment or family income, and filling out this form is the only thing needed. 

From May 27 to June 24, those signed up to receive meals will be able to pick up five days worth of food on Thursdays at Cobb and Clark Middle School or Bright Academy and Christie Elementary School/ECS by special request. 

For those picking up meals for the first time, bringing a student ID, their children, or proof of guardianship will be required. Those who have participated in the past should bring their verification card. 

For more information, visit https://www.friscoisd.org/departments/covid-19/meal-service