TPSD to start Serving Free ‘Grab-and-Go’ Meals this Friday

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The Terrebonne Parish School District (TPSD) announced it will be serving free Grab-and-Go lunches beginning on Friday, March 20.

 

All Pre-K to 12th grade students (public and private school students) may receive a meal, plus any student with disabilities up to age 22, TPSD said. 



 

Students must be present to be served a meal, TPSD said, and no student ID is required.

 

Here are the locations: 

  • Ellender Memorial High School. Meal distribution will be in the front of the school/main entrance.
  • H.L. Bourgeois High School. Meal distribution will be in the front parking lot/main entrance.
  • South Terrebonne High School. Meal distribution will be in the front of the school.
  • Terrebonne High School. Meal distribution will be in the bus circle. Enter on St. Charles Street.

 

“For schools where it is safe, students may walk up to the school to receive a meal,” TPSD said. 



 

Students who arrive in vehicles should remain in their vehicles, TPSD said.

 

Meals will be served Monday through Friday 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.