Food Services

School Meal Distribution

Food will be distributed using a “drive-thru” and “walk-up” model every Tuesday. Food amounts will be on a per child basis.

Eastpointe families will be able to pick up grab-and-go meals for their children from Eastpointe Middle School between the hours of 1pm- 3pm. At Eastpointe High School, meals will be available from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m. Meals will be available to all children 18 and younger, under 26 with special needs. Please let the staff know if your children are going to school face to face, virtual or not enrolled. 

Parents and guardians can pick up meals without children present, and meals can be picked up from the high school location regardless of which building the student attends.

We will be continuing to monitor the situation and make adjustments as needed to meet the demand and nutritional needs of our students.

What's in my lunch?

Learn more about the shelf-stable meals made specifically for students to take home.

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