Students enrolled in Milwaukee Public Schools will now have access to 25 new locations to pick up free breakfast and lunch.
That means starting Sept. 1, there will be a total of 50 sites for the meals as part of the "Stop, Grab & Go" program.
The school district also announced Friday that students and their families will have an extra 30 minutes to pick up their meals at the sites. Those hours are now 11 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.
The district reminds families that following items must be shown to get the meals:
- Student's first and last name or MPS student ID number
- Student's school name
- Student's grade level
The following schools will now be offering meals for pick-up:
- Audubon High/Middle School
- Bethune Academy
- Carson Academy
- Cass Street
- Clarke Street
- Clement Avenue
- Eighty-First Street
- Fifty-Third Street
- Grantosa Drive
- Hayes Bilingual
- Hopkins Lloyd
- Lincoln Avenue
- Marvin Pratt
- Milwaukee High School of the Arts
- Milwaukee Spanish Immersion: Upper Grade Campus
- Ninety-Fifth Street
- Riley Dual Language Montessori
- Rogers Street Academy
- Thurston Woods
- Townsend Street
Learn more about the program on the school district's website.