NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Board of Education announced today that meals will be distributed to all New Brunswick students whether they attend an in-district or out-of-district schools.
Meals will be a combination of ready to eat and heat and serve meals, and will be distributed at 10 schools.
The schools will be open four days a week from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. for meal distribution.
The district will be distributing three days’ worth of meals on Mondays and Tuesdays, and two days’ worth of meals on Thursdays and Fridays.
Parents/students can choose any location and choose a Monday/Thursday schedule or a Tuesday/Friday schedule to receive five days’ worth of breakfasts and lunches per week.
The following locations are available for meal pick up:
- Adult Learning Center/Central Office
- Lincoln School
- Lord Stirling School
- McKinley School
- New Brunswick High School
- New Brunswick Middle School
- Paul Robeson Community School for the Arts
- Redshaw School
- Roosevelt School
- Woodrow Wilson School
Meals will be served from the gymnasiums and/or the cafeterias of each school and all participants are required to wear a face covering to enter the building.
Participants must be prepared to follow all social distancing requirements and must not attend if they are experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.
All participants must have their student ID number in order to receive meals.
Student ID numbers are available to parents on the Parent Portal of our student information system, and staff will be available at each site to access and provide ID numbers for all students. You must have this student ID number in order to receive meals after Sept. 21.
During the first week of school, meal distribution will be open Tuesday, Sept. 8;, Wednesday Sept. 9; Thursday, Sept. 10 and Friday, Sept. 11. Two days’ worth of meals will be served each day.
If you receive meals on Tuesday you should return on Thursday, and if you receive meals on Wednesday you should return on Friday.