SAN ANTONIO - School may be out, but spring break doesn't mean your children have to go without breakfast and lunch.

Northside Independent School District has a program where students get fed for free during spring break.

NISD is opening up two schools, Martin Elementary and Mary Hull Elementary, to help parents out with breakfast and lunch at no cost.

Northside is expected to feed upwards of 10,000 students.

Each feeding period is free, but only last one hour. Breakfast is from 8 to 9 a.m. and lunch is from 11 a.m. to noon.

Officials said area communities are welcome to bring their children to eat.

Students can chow down on everything from pancakes to chicken sandwiches and sweet potato fries.