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Meals for students

City Schools meal sites will serve free breakfast and lunch 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 four meals – 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches. 

To find the school meal site closest to you, use the interactive map here or below.

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

School Meal Sites: A-H
Fall 2020

School Meal Sites

View our interactive map

Meals for students and families


Maryland's Department of Human Services is providing P-EBT benefits for September, and they will be loaded onto the cards that families already have. Contact DHS for more information.

If you still have not received a P-EBT card and have questions, visit for information and answers. If your question isn't answered, complete the form on that page. P-EBT cards are not being distributed at the district office on North Ave.

All students in Baltimore City Public Schools are eligible for extra food benefits due to school closures. These benefits, called Pandemic-EBT, or P-EBT, are intended to help families in Maryland purchase food while schools are closed.


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.