LPSS Changes in Meal Distribution
The Lafayette Parish School System (LPSS) has been approved for the Meals-To- You Program, a partnership between the district, the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Louisiana Department of Education and the Baylor University Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty. This program provides shelf-stable, easily prepared, kid- friendly meals to students in emergency situations. The program would provide a box of meals containing 10 or more meals that meet nutritional requirements directly to the student’s residence.
- All students receiving free or reduced lunch are eligible for the free Meal-To-You Program.
- Any student attending a school participating in the Community Eligibility Provisions Program (CEP) is eligible to participate in the Meals- To – You Program. To determine if your child attends a CEP school click here.
Parents and/or care takers MUST opt-in to participate in the Free service by completing the online registration form. Registration can be completed with a smartphone or any other internet-enabled device.
Deadline: April, 2020
The deadline to complete your online registration is Wednesday April 1, 2020.
Parent or Applicant Name Campus or School Students Attends
Phone Student ID Number
Email Student Name
Physical Mailing Address Students Birthdate
School District: Lafayette Parish School System Student Gender
*Application will be delayed if the student ID number is not provided
Lafayette Meal Sites as of March 23, 2020
Alice Boucher Elementary School 400 Patterson Street in Lafayette
Charles Burke Elementary School 2845 Ridge Road in Duson
Duson Elementary School 301 4th Street in Duson
Edgar Marn Middle School 401 Broadmoor Blvd. in Lafayette
J.W. Faulk Elementary School 711 East Willow Street in Lafayette
Scott Middle School 116 Marie Street in Scott
Lafayette Middle School 1301 West University Avenue in Lafayette
Live Oak Elementary School 3020 North University Avenue in Lafayette
S.J. Montgomery Elementary School 600 Foreman Drive in Lafayette
Youngsville Middle School 600 Church Street in Youngsville
Acadia Parish School System
The Acadia Parish School System, after re-assessing a number of variables associated with and not limited to the following: the availability of PPE (personal protective equipment), availability of staff and maintaining a safe working environment, reviewing USDA meal component requirements, etc., will provide a modified Grab-N-Go meal service on Monday, March 30th at the original five food serving sites (Crowley Middle School, Armstrong Middle School, Church Point Elementary School, Iota High School and Estherwood Elementary School) between 11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
The goal is to provide multiple meals containing individually wrapped food items to children 18 years of age and under for the week. The modified meal service by the school system will allow the district to provide the service while limiting contact in order to stop the spread of COVID-19. State officials have approved our modified plan. We encourage drivers of vehicles to stay in the vehicle and assist us with receiving the meals at each site on Monday, March 30th.
URGENT – The Acadia Parish School System has received preliminary approval for the Emergency-Meals-To-You program in partnership with the Baylor Collaborative on Hunger and Poverty (and LA Dept of Education). We are still working through the process to finalize. Please continue to respond to our Emergency-Meals-To-You survey located at the Acadia Parish School Board’s website ASAP as the window for indicating interest will close Wednesday, April 1, 2020. APSB Website: https://www.acadia.k12.la.us/
Vermilion Parish Emergency Feed Program
ABBEVILLE, LA — Beginning Thursday, March 26, 2020, the Vermilion Parish School Board will be offering grab-and-go meals at an additional site, Forked Island/E. Broussard Elementary, from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm on weekdays. Each child will receive a lunch meal & a breakfast meal for the next morning. There is no registration required.No identification is needed. There is no cost to receive the meals. Any child age 18 and under may come to get the meals. This does include students, siblings, friends, family members, toddlers, and those who attend private or parochial schools. The child must be present to receive the meal, no exceptions. Meals will be provided with drive-thru service. Walk-up service should only be used if the child/children have no other way to get to the school sites. The meals will be brought to the cars and/or students, please remain in the car. The sites open for service mealservice are:
Cecil Picard Elementary
Eaton Park Elementary
J. H. Williams Middle
Rene Rost Middle
Forked Island/E. Broussard Elementary (beginning Thursday, March 26, 2020)
All VPSB students with special diet prescriptions on file, please call the Meal Service
Hotline at 898-
St. Landry Parish Public School Students Will Be Provided Meals by Three O’Clock Project
OPELOUSAS, LA –As a result of a new partnership with Three O’clock Project, the students of St. Landry Parish School System (SPPS) will have an opportunity to receive 10 meals per week. Lunch and breakfast for an entire week will be handed out on Mondays at the St. Landry Parish School Board Office at 1013 East Creswell Lane in Opelousas. Meals can be picked up Monday, April 6, 2020, between 10:00 AM and 12:00 PM. While it will not be necessary for the student to be present in the car, the parent picking the food up will need to provide the student’s name and the school he or she is currently attending. We are so very thankful to Three O’clock Project for stepping in during this transition period while we await approval of other feeding programs that would provide delivery to the students’ residence. The meal delivery programs we have applied for are Emergency Meals to You and The Healthy School Food Collaborative. The SLPSS has applied for the “Emergency Meals-to-You,” a program derived from a collaboration between Baylor University and the U.S. Department of Agriculture. If approved, free meals will be provided to our students for the duration of the COVID-19 school closure. Another option being explored is The Healthy School Food Collaborative, a meal management program that would also provide meals throughout the duration of the closure. We will keep you updated via social media and our website as to the status of our efforts to provide meals via third-party meal providers. Sign up by 11 AM on Friday, April 2, 2020 by going to http://www.slpsb.org/apps/form/meal_delivery_count_options. We want to thank all of our volunteers and staff members for the help they provided in providing nearly 30,000 meals to our students from March 16, 2020, to March 31, 2020.