Hurricane Irma Update: School District Opening 27 Schools for Free Breakfast, Lunch on Thursday and Frida

September 2017

Schools throughout Palm Beach County will open their doors on Thursday, September 14 and Friday, September 15 to share a free healthy breakfast and lunch after Hurricane Irma.

Twenty-seven schools will open from 7:30 a.m. to 9 a.m. for breakfast, and 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. for lunch. All children under the age of 18, as well as the adult accompanying them, are welcome to eat at one of the school sites.

Children do not have to be a registered student of the District or of the school to receive a free meal.

The impacts of Hurricane Irma are being felt across our community and Superintendent Robert Avossa has ordered feeding locations be opened to ensure children are receiving the meals they would have normally received at school.

The following schools will be open to serve meals:

  • Benoist Farms Elementary
  • Congress Middle
  • Conniston Middle
  • Coral Reef Elementary
  • Forest Park Elementary
  • Gove Elementary
  • Highland Elementary
  • Hope-Centennial Elementary
  • Jerry Thomas Elementary
  • Jupiter Elementary
  • L.C. Swain Middle
  • Lake Park Elementary
  • Lake Worth High
  • Lantana Middle
  • Okeeheelee Middle
  • Olympic Heights High
  • Osceola Creek Middle
  • Pahokee Middle
  • Palm Beach Lakes High
  • Palm Springs Middle
  • Pine Jog Elementary
  • Roosevelt Elementary
  • Spanish River High
  • Suncoast High
  • Village Academy
  • Wellington Landings Middle
  • Wynnebrook Elementary

Please note that federal school meal guidelines require individuals to consume meals on campus; meals will not be prepared for carry-out.

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