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Meal Distribution

Distribution Update:

For the week of Nov. 23, Meals2Go will be distributed on Monday, Nov. 23. This bag will contain three days of meals for Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.


We are grateful for partners like Food Bank for the Heartland supporting community members facing food insecurity. For a complete list of their upcoming mobile pantries as well as community pantry locations, please click here.

We are happy to support student success through our Meals2Go program. We have some important program updates to share.

Omaha Public Schools is offering Meals2Go at no cost to any child ages 1 - 18 including remote learners. Each bag contains school favorites, whole grains, fruits and vegetables. Milk is available as an option. 

  • All students will receive a breakfast and lunch, at no charge, through the end of the 2020-21 school year.
  • Students' accounts that were charged for meals from Aug. 18 through Sept. 18, 2020 have been credited.
  • Students who will return to the classroom will receive breakfast and lunch at no charge.
  • Parents/guardians who pick up the meals, without children in the car, will need to provide identification (report card, schedule, birth certificate, etc.) that the meals are for a child at home.
  • Meals2Go bags will be distributed on Mondays (Monday and Tuesday) and Wednesdays (Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday) at all of the schools where meals are currently distributed. 
    • Elementary: 9:30 a.m. - 10:30 a.m.
    • Middle and High Schools: 8:30 a.m. - 9:30 a.m.
    • Program schools, Early Childhood Locations, TAC programs will not distribute the Meals2Go bags. Families may pick up meals at any of the other sites currently open.
  • If the pick-up time does not work for your schedule, please contact the Nutrition Services Office, 531-299-0230.

We encourage families who have not completed a meal application for their child to contact their school or the Nutrition Services Office, 531-299-0230. Although the meals are at no cost, the information on the application determines additional benefits for students and families, such as discounted internet service, scholarships, fee waivers, etc.  Additionally, the information is used in district funding, qualifies schools to provide no-cost food to youth 18 and under during after school programs and in the summer months.

Questions?
If you have questions or concerns about student lunches or the Meals2Go pickup, please contact Nutrition Services at 531-299-0230.

Updated 11/3/20