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Meals for students

City Schools meal sites serve free breakfast, lunch, snack, and supper for students, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. All students can get meals at all meal sites. Meals are for students only, but adults can pick up meals for their children. Students or families can receive two days of meals at a time, for a total of 8 meals– 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 2 snacks, and 2 suppers.

To find the school meal site closest to you, use the interactive map here or below.
Flyers (English | Spanish) with all of the locations are also available to print.

Visit our Menus page to view current school site menus and find information on food allergies and meal accommodations.


The meal site and in-person learning at Moravia Park Elementary School will be closed today due to a water main break.

The meal site at Fort Worthington Elementary/Middle Schools is closed today. 

School Meal Sites: A-H
Fall 2020

School Meal Sites

View our interactive map

Produce Boxes

Beginning in October, produce boxes — funded by Baltimore City — will be available weekly on Thursdays at the following school sites beginning at 10 am, on a first-come, first-served basis. For a list of all produce box sites, visit

List of School Sites:

  • Alexander Hamilton Elementary School
  • Arlington Elementary School
  • Beechfield Elementary/Middle School
  • The Belair-Edison School
  • Commodore John Rodgers Elementary/Middle School
  • Dorothy I. Height Elementary School
  • Forest Park High School
  • Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School
  • Ft. Worthington Elementary/Middle School
  • Furman Templeton Preparatory Academy
  • Glenmount Elementary/Middle School
  • Gwynns Falls Elementary School
  • Elmer A. Henderson: A Johns Hopkins Partnership School (Henderson Hopkins)
  • The Historic Cherry Hill Elementary Middle School
  • Holabird Academy
  • John Ruhrah Elementary/Middle School
  • Lakeland Elementary/Middle School
  • Leith Walk Elementary/Middle School
  • Maree G. Farring Elementary/Middle School
  • Mary E. Rodman Elementary/Middle School
  • Matthew A Henson Elementary School
  • Mergenthaler Vocational-Technical High School
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar High School
  • Sinclair Lane Elementary
  • Thomas Jefferson Elementary/Middle School
  • Walter P. Carter Elementary/Middle School

Meals for students and families


Don’t throw away your P-EBT cards! The recent federal budget resolution will provide additional Pandemic EBT or P-EBT benefits. The Maryland Department of Human Services and the State Department of Education are working collaboratively to obtain additional information about the extension from the federal government for the rest the 2020-21 school year.  All enrolled students in Baltimore City Public Schools as of September 30 are eligible for P-EBT due to districtwide participation in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). 
The State will work with the district to identify eligible children and automatically provide them P-EBT benefits.
If you received a P-EBT card over the summer, please keep the card as future benefits that you may be eligible for will be loaded on the same card.

If you have misplaced or no longer have your P-EBT card, please complete the customer inquiry form I lost my P-EBT card located DHS will use the information you provide on the form to send you a replacement card.
If you were eligible to receive P-EBT benefits but never received a card and completed the customer inquiry form above, please email:

If you have newly enrolled or transferred to City Schools, please ensure that your child’s school has an accurate address.
Please visit for up to date information and answers.


You may qualify to receive SNAP Benefits. Residents can apply for SNAP benefits online. Residents may also call the DHS Call Center at 1-800-332-6347 (TTY 1-800-735-2258), from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. To determine eligibility for SNAP, click here.

Grocery boxes delivered to your home

(EnglishSpanishFrenchKoreanChineseArabic)Baltimore City is partnering with Amazon to deliver grocery boxes to residents who:

  • Currently have no food at home or will run out before you can buy more
  • Can't afford paid meal or grocery delivery
  • Are experiencing financial, social, or medical hardships due to COVID-19

Adults 60 and older: call 410-396-2273, and residents 59 and younger: call 2-1-1.