Meal Distribution Schedule Updates for In-Person Learning

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Starting on April 5, Nutrition Services will be updating its meal distribution schedule to prepare for in-person learning. Please see the changes listed below for your student’s learning model.

Curbside Meals

Starting on April 5, Nutritional Services will be offering curbside meal pick-up on Mondays ONLY from 11:00am – 1:00pm.

April 5 Curbside Meal Locations

Abraham Lincoln

Hiram Johnson  Parkway
Albert Einstein Hollywood Park Peter Burnett 
Bowling Green Isador Cohen  Rosa Parks 
Bret Harte James Marshall Rosemont
California John Bidwell Sam Brannan
Caroline Wenzel John Sloat Sequoia
Earl Warren  John Still Elementary Susan B. Anthony
Edward Kemble Kit Carson  Tahoe
Elder Creek Leataata Floyd Washington
Ethel I. Baker  Luther Burbank Will C. Wood 
Ethel Philips Mark Twain  William Land

Father Keith B. Kenny

Martin Luther King Woodbine
Fern Bacon  Nicholas 

Yav Pem Suab Academy*


Golden Empire Oak Ridge  
H.W. Harkness Pacific   

*Yav Pem Suab Academy will not offer Monday curbside meals after 4/5

Additional locations will be serving curbside meals on Mondays, starting on April 12, 2021
Alice Birney Hubert Bancroft 
A.M. Winn Matsuyama
Caleb Greenwood  New Joseph Bonheim
Camelia Greenwood O.W. Erlewine 
Camellia Basic Phoebe Hearst
Crocker Riverside Pony Express
David Lubin  Sutterville
Genevieve Didion Theodore Judah

Enrollment Verification for Curbside Meals Required Starting April 12

Starting on April 12, families will need to show enrollment verification documents to receive curbside meals. Verification documents were mailed to all Sac City Unified students beginning on March 31. Students do not need to be present for parents/guardians to pick up meals. See a sample of the verification document here.

Meals will be provided at no cost to enrolled SCUSD or associated charter students. Additionally, free meals will be provided to any child present in the vehicle during curbside distribution that is not enrolled in SCUSD or associated charter school.

In-Person Learning Student Meals 

Starting April 8 and 9, students engaged in-person learning will be able to take “grab and go” lunch and breakfast for the next day home each day.​ Meal distribution models vary by school site. 

For the most up-to-date information about meal distribution, please visit

FAQs on Meal Distribution 

Can students pick up meals on campus every day, regardless of their cohort assignment?

No. Students will receive meals via curbside meal distribution on Mondays, and meals will be provided to students on campus during their assigned cohort days. Please see the chart below.

Students in grades 4-6 and secondary students can pick up meals curbside on Mondays until their campus returns to in-person learning. Once they return to in-person learning, they can continue to pick up meals curbside on Mondays and meals will be available to students on-campus on their assigned cohort days.

Meal Services for students enrolled in Learning Hubs will not be impacted by these changes.

Cohort Assignment Meal Pick-up Days
Cohort A Curbside meals will be available on Mondays to cover nutritional needs for students during distance learning days. Students will also receive to-go breakfast and lunch on campus on Tuesdays and Wednesdays.
Cohort B

Curbside meals will be available on Mondays to cover nutritional needs for students during distance learning days. Students will also receive to-go breakfast and lunch on campus on Thursdays and Fridays.

Cohort C Curbside meals will be available on Mondays only to cover nutritional needs during all five distance learning days.
Are students required to be present to receive meals during Monday’s curbside meal pick up?

Students are not required to be present to receive curbside meals if the parent/guardian can provide food service personnel enrollment verification that their student(s) is enrolled in SCUSD or associated charter school. If the child is not enrolled in SCUSD or associated charter school, the child must be present in the vehicle in order to receive free meals.

I didn’t receive my enrollment verification document in the mail. What should I do? 

Enrollment verification letters were sent via US mail to all enrolled students starting March 31. If you have not received this letter, you can provide other enrollment documents such as Student ID, class schedule, report card, school welcome letter, etc. Food service personnel will also be able to verify your student’s enrollment status if you can provide a student ID number, or student first and last name during curbside pick up.

How were families notified of this change?

Nutrition Services provided information at meal sites over the last two weeks and a letter was sent notifying families that enrollment documents would be required for SCUSD students.