Miami Dade County Public School Continue Food Distribution Through Summer

This is great news for lots of families in South Florida. MDCPS will continue breakfast and lunch food distribution through summer. There are two options to choose from.

Curbside meals may be picked up June 15 – August 12, 2021⁠ on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:30 a.m. – 11 a.m.⁠

They also have Daily Walk-In Meals options available to students/children 18 and younger who are not enrolled in a program, but who walk in to receive a grab-and-go breakfast and/or lunch. For location, times and dates, visit the Summer BreakSpot and click on “Find a Site.”

Here is the full list of the 50 MDCPS participating in the summer food distribution.

  • Linda Lentin K-8 Center
  • Miami Norland SHS
  • Dr. Frederica S. Wilson / Skyway Elementary
  • Carol City Middle School
  • Joella C. Good Elementary
  • Miami Jackson SHS
  • Miami Northwestern SHS
  • Morningside K-8 Academy
  • Horace Mann Middle School
  • Liberty City Elementary
  • Booker T. Washington SHS
  • Treasure Island Elementary
  • Miami Beach Fienberg / Fisher K-8 Center
  • Ruth K. Broad / Bay Harbor K-8 Center
  • Virginia A. Boone / Highland Oaks Elementary
  • North Miami Beach SHS
  • Hialeah SHS Westland
  • Hialeah SHS
  • American SHS
  • Barbara Goleman SHS
  • Hialeah-Miami Lakes SHS
  • South Hialeah Elementary
  • Miami Springs SHS
  • Ruben Dario Middle School
  • Paul W. Bell Middle School
  • Ronald W. Reagan Doral SHS
  • Kinloch Park Middle School
  • South Miami SHS
  • Miami SHS
  • Riviera Middle School
  • Riverside Elementary
  • Coral Gables SHS
  • Norma Butler Bossard Elementary
  • Felix Varela SHS
  • Devon Aire K-8 Center
  • Miami Killian SHS
  • Miami Southridge SHS
  • Winston Park K-8 Center
  • Dr. Carlos J. Finlay Elementary
  • Rockway Middle School
  • Miami Coral Park SHS
  • Dr. Manuel Barreiro Elementary
  • Holmes Braddock SHS
  • Miami Sunset SHS
  • Robert Russa Moton Elementary
  • Palmetto Middle School
  • Goulds Elementary
  • Leisure City K-8 Center
  • Redland Middle School
  • Homestead SHS

Per USDA requirements, parents must show a valid ID* (i.e., student ID, passport, adoption decree, report card, or other official documentation) for each child they request meals for when the student/child is not present at curbside pick-up.