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Grab and Go

  • FREE GRAB-and-GO Meal School Sites – Oahu

    These DOE sites are OPEN to ALL CHILDREN,

     REGARDLESS OF INCOME, AGES 1-18 years old.

    NO ID NECESSARY, THE CHILD JUST NEEDS TO BE PRESENT IN THE CAR.

     

    Starting Monday, March 23rd

    Honolulu District

    ● Kaimuki High

    ● McKinley High

    ● Sanford B. Dole Middle School (starting Tuesday, March 24th)

    ● Farrington High (starting Tuesday, March 24th)

     

    Central Oahu District

    ● Leilehua High

    ● Makalapa Elementary

    ● Waialua High & Intermediate

     

    Windward Oahu District

    ● Kahaluu Elementary

    ● Kahuku High & Intermediate

    ● King Intermediate

    ● Waimanalo Elementary & Intermediate

    ● Kailua Elementary (starting Tuesday, March 24th)

     

    Starting Wednesday, March 25th

    Leeward Oahu District

    ● August Ahrens Elementary

    ● Campbell High

    ● Kapolei High School

    ● Maili Elementary

    ● Nanaikapono Elementary

    ● Nanakuli High & Intermediate

    ● Waianae Intermediate

    ● Waianae High

    ● Waipahu Elementary

     

    The Hawaii State Department of Education will be implementing the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) program a few months earlier than scheduled, as approved by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Hawaii Child Nutrition Programs (HCNP).

    During the extended Spring Break period, a total of 38 Hawaii public schools will be providing breakfast and lunch to children who are 18 years or younger, regardless of income or where children go to school. Stop by one of the designated schools above to pick up a grab-and-go meal for each child present in the car.

    Breakfast service hours: 7:30 to 8 a.m. Due to food safety, the meal must be consumed by 10 a.m.

    Lunch service hours: 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. (noon) Due to food safety, the meal must be consumed by 2 p.m.

    Note: Meals will not be served on Thursday, March 26, which is Prince Kuhio Day.

    There will be no personal interaction between the Hawaii State Department of Education employees and the community. All meals will be placed in containers. Meals will be located outside of the cafeteria, preferably closest to a driveway or other natural access point on the campus. There will be no access to the cafeteria.