The Dallas ISD is looking out for the community as they plan a large scale food distribution event according to a WFAA article published on November 23rd. In it they say:
“Eleven schools across the city were busy with long lines of cars. Parents were waiting to pick up a week’s worth of meals for students . . . It is, in part, the circumstances around the pandemic that continue to drive some families to food distribution events in large numbers.”
As for daily meals, those are allotted to Dallas ISD students only according to an article from NBC 5 DFW published on November 23rd. In it they say:
“There are no requirements for families to pick up the Thanksgiving food boxes. The daily student meals are allotted to DISD students only.
For more information on Dallas ISD’s Food and Child Nutrition Services, go to www.dallasisd.org/FCNS.”
Apart from caring for students’ daily nutritional needs, the Dallas ISD went the extra mile this Turkey Day, giving many families lots to be thankful for.