Alexandria Schools Will Continue to Feed Those in Need

Starting Monday, March 16 , Alexandria City Public Schools will be providing emergency meals at no cost for any child under 18 and any family who needs it.

Alexandria, VA – With the closure of all K-12 schools in Virginia, Alexandria City Public Schools will continue to provide meals to those students and families in need.

There are two ways to access food while schools are closed:

  1. Individual Meals to Go: Any child between the ages of 2 and 18 – whether or not they are eligible for Free or Reduced Price Meals – can pick up a meal to go in a bag. Stop by the Chinquapin Drive side of T.C. Williams High School (door 14) between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. to pick up a meal-to-go. You do not need to fill out any forms to pick up a meal-to-go.
  2. Family Meal Packs: You can order a family meal pack online and pick it up at the drive through pick-up point outside Chinquapin Recreation Center (Chinquapin Drive side of T.C. Williams High School, door 14) between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m the following day. If transportation is an issue, please remember to check the box to request meal delivery. Fill out the form to request a family meal pack.