UISD expands its Grab & Go Meal service
The district says they had a lot of food left over and they are allowing non-UISD students to take part in the program.
LAREDO, Tex. (KGNS) -A local school district is expanding its Grab and Go Meal service to several additional campuses around town.
On Thursday morning, the district says anyone between the ages of one through 18 years of age can grab a meal.
The expansion began on September 14th at all UISD campuses.
United ISD spokesperson, Rocio Moore, says this is a one-time requirement and after that, they will receive a card where they can grab a meal at any campus.
Children do not have to be enrolled at UISD and they do not need to be present for meals, but parents need to bring a form of identification such as a barcode letter from UISD, report card, attendance record, or birth certificate.
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