DOE’s Grab ’n Go Meal Program Adds Breakfast Starting Today

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Every weekday, dozens of cars line up outside of the 12 designated distribution sites to receive meals comprised of anything from chicken nuggets to pizza with a side of fruit and milk.

The Department of Education’s school meal program is expanding.

Starting today (Tuesday), the DOE’s Grab ’n Go program will be adding breakfast meals, in addition to lunches. All the food will be packaged together in one bag, and picked up at one time.

Last Monday, the Department launched the lunch program at 11 schools across the Island providing around 50,000  school lunches so far.

Starting today, Tuesday, there will also be an additional pick up site at Maria Ulloa Elementary School in Dededo.

All students 18-years-old and under, from public, private and DoDEA schools are welcome to pick up a free meal from Monday to Friday, 11am-1pm.

DOE officials say they’ll be continuing school meal distribution through Spring Break from April 6-10.

SEE the list of the 11 pickup locations below (Maria Ulloa has also been added but not pictured below):