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    This summer, SPPS will continue to provide free meals for all Saint Paul children 18 and under, and those with a disability currently enrolled in a school program.

  • Meal Box Pickup - June 21-August 26, 2021

    Free meal boxes will be available to pick up at the following locations. No registration is required. Children do not need to be present to pick up meals. Please remember to practice social distancing (stay at least 6 feet away from other people) and wear a mask when picking up meals.





    Where to pick up

    Harding Senior High 

    1540 6th St E

    10 am - 1 pm


    Front entrance

    Mississippi Creative Arts School 

    1575 L’Orient St 

    10 am - 1 pm


    Parking lot by front door

    Open World Learning/Humboldt 

    640 Humboldt Ave

    10 am - 1 pm


    Side door #13 at Open World

    Washington Tech 

    1495 Rice St

    10 am - 1 pm


    Door #4

    Benjamin E Mays/Capitol Hill 

    560 Concordia Ave

    10 am - 1 pm


    Red doors by parking lot

    Hazel Park Preparatory Academy 

    1140 White Bear Ave

    10 am - 1 pm


    Front (SW) parking lot

    Highland Complex 

    1015 Snelling Ave S

    10 am - 1 pm


    Door #21 on parking lot side

    Rondo Library 

    461 Dale St N

    10:30 am - 12:30 pm 



    Front entrance on Dale

    Riverview Library 

    1 George St E 

    10:30 am - 12:30 pm




  • Home Delivery - June 21-August 26, 2021

    Weekly meal box delivery is available for all Saint Paul children at no cost starting June 21. Each child in the household, including non-school aged children, can receive a meal box, but only one registration per household is necessary.

    Families that currently get home meal delivery will automatically be enrolled and do NOT need to re-register. Please note, there will be no home meal deliveries the week of June 14.

    Home Delivery button

    If you need to cancel your delivery, change your delivery address or number of meal boxes, please complete this form.

  • Meals for In-Person Summer Learners

    All students who participate in a Summer Learning Program at SPPS schools will receive free breakfast and lunch while at school. Meals will include healthy and nutritious entrees, salads, scratch-made baked goods, and locally grown fruits and vegetables.


    Contact Nutrition Services

    For questions or concerns, the Nutrition Services team can be reached at: