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List: Grab & Go Meals Available While Schools Close During Covid-19 Outbreak

Christina Rodriguez
Updated: April 06, 2020 12:17 PM
Created: March 13, 2020 01:16 PM

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Students can pick up Grab & Go meals while New Mexico public schools are closed due to the ongoing coronavirus outbreak.

Albuquerque Public Schools has identified 80 sites where Grab & Go meals will be provided to students during the closure. Meals will be available starting Monday from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

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NOTE: Beginning the week of April 13, APS is reducing the days and times of meal distribution. The district will provide grab and go meals from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday only. Students will receive meals for two days at those times.

Parents and students will be able to pick up meals via a drive-through line at the entrance of the following schools: 

  1. Pajarito 
  2. Los Padillas 
  3.  George I Sanchez
  4. Rudolf Anaya
  5.  Navajo
  6. Barcelona 
  7. Harrison 
  8. Carlos Rey
  9. Truman
  10. Mary Ann Binford
  11. Rio Grande 
  12. Kit Carson
  13. Amijio
  14. Atrisco 
  15. Helen Cordero
  16. Alamosa 
  17. Jimmy Carter
  18. Valle Vista
  19.  Lavaland 
  20.  John Adams
  21. West Mesa
  22.  Painted Sky
  23. SR Marmon
  24. Tres Volcanes 
  25. Chaparral 
  26.  Marie Hughes
  27. Monroe  
  28. Sierra Vista 
  29.  Seven Bar 
  30. Alameda 
  31.  Los Ranchos 
  32. Taft
  33. Macarthur 
  34. Mission Avenue 
  35. La Luz 
  36. Valley  
  37. Garfield 
  38. Duranes 
  39. Reginald Chavez
  40. Abq High
  41.  Lew Wallace
  42. Dolores Gonzales 
  43. Eugene Field 
  44. East San Jose
  45.  Lowell
  46. Kirtland
  47. Highland HS
  48. Montezuma 
  49. Whittier 
  50. Wherry 
  51. Emerson  
  52. Van Buren 
  53. La Mesa 
  54. Manzano Mesa
  55. Apache 
  56. Kennedy 
  57. Hawthorne
  58. Mark Twain
  59. Inez
  60. Grant 
  61. McCollum 
  62. Chelwood
  63. Eubank
  64. Collet Park
  65. Hoover
  66. Mitchell 
  67. Sombra
  68. Zuni
  69. Bel Air 
  70. Hodgin
  71. Gov Bent
  72. Cleveland 
  73. Comanche 
  74. Arroyo del Oso
  75. Eg Ross 
  76. Dennis Chavez
  77. Georgia O’keeffe 
  78. A Montoya
  79. Zia 
  80.  New Futures (Any APS student can access meals at New Futures. Infant formula will also be made available to New Futures students only.)             

Rio Rancho grab-n-go breakfast and lunches locations:

  • Rio Rancho Middle School (11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)
  • Ernest Stapleton Elementary School (11 a.m. to 12 p.m.)
  • Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School (11am to 12 p.m.)
  • Puesta del Sol Elementary School (11am to 12 p.m.)
  • Colinas del Norte Elementary School (11:30 to 12:30 p.m.)
  • Sandia Vista Elementary School (11 a.m. to 12 p.m.)
  • Lincoln Middle School (11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)

All children must be in the vehicle with the adult picking up the meals in order for the district to release the meals. The district will provide both breakfast and lunch in a grab-n-go format at the same time.

Click here for more meal sites across the state

Gov. Lujan Grisham is urging New Mexicans who believe they have coronavirus to call the New Mexico Department of Health hotline at (855) 600-3453. If you need help with child care, food, supplies or loss of income due to COVID-19 closures, call (833) 551-0518. 


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