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Several districts offer free meals during school closure

Most school districts in the San Antonio area will be closed through April 3 due to coronavirus concerns.

SAN ANTONIO — UPDATE: On Friday, April 17, Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that schools in the state would remain closed through the end of the school year. Click here for more information.

Many school districts are providing meals to students while campuses are closed due to coronavirus concerns.

Some of the districts are starting meal service Monday and others are starting Tuesday. Also, some of them require the children under 18 to be present for the meal pickup. Please check with each district on the particular rules.

Here is a list of districts offering meals with links to their websites:

Alamo Heights ISD is offering meals from March 16-20

Boerne ISD is offering meals from March 16-20.

Edgewood ISD is offering meals from March 17-April 3. 

Judson ISD is offering meals from March 16-April 3.

Harmony Schools are offering meals each day of school closure.

Medina Valley ISD is offering meals from March 16-April 3.

New Braunfels ISD is offering meals from March 17-April 3.

Northside ISD is offering meals from March 23-April 3.

NEISD is offering meals until schools reopen.

San Antonio ISD is offering meals during the closure via curbside pickup.

Schertz-Cibolo-University City ISD is offering meals via curbside pickup.

South San Antonio ISD is offering meals from through April 3. 

Southside ISD is offering meals through April 3.  

Southwest ISD will be holding mobile food pantries.

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