INDIANAPOLIS — During remote learning, Indianapolis Public Schools is still offering free meals to its students.
More than 55 IPS school parking lots will be offering individually wrapped, prepackaged meals to students enrolled in IPS schools.
When picking up meals, students or their guardians must provide the student’s name and grade, and the school they attend. Student IDs are not required but will help expedite the student identification process during meal pickups, IPS said.
Students and guardians are only allowed to pick up meals two times per week, for a total of five days’ worth of breakfast and lunch meals.
As long as the student is enrolled in any IPS school, they can go to any IPS site to pick up food.
Below you’ll find a map of locations where you can pick up food. Blue markers are for Mondays and Wednesdays, while red markers are for Tuesdays and Thursdays.
You will also find a searchable database with all meal pickup locations.