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Stop Grab and Go

Milwaukee Public Schools will continue to offer free breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Stop, Grab and Go locations listed below. On Thursdays, one free produce bag will be provided to each family, with meals, as part of the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program. MPS provides  meals and produce bags free of charge to all enrolled MPS students or anyone in the community ages 18 and under. Meals must be heated and eaten at home.

Meals are available on school days from 11:00 A.M. to 1:30 P.M.

Three schools offer meals during regular hours AND from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M.

  • North Division High School, 1101 W. Center Street
  • Barack Obama School, 5025 N. Sherman Blvd.
  • South Division High School, 1515 W. Lapham Blvd.

Meals are available for all children age 18 and under. A family member may pick up meals for children and provide:  

  • Student’s school name 
  • The number of children 18 and under in the household. 

Families are asked to visit only one Stop, Grab, and Go meal site per day.

New! Weekend Meal Bundles in March

Beginning March 5th, 2021 MPS Stop, Grab and Go locations will offer new Weekend Meal Bundles on Friday’s, during virtual school. Each child will receive a weekend meal bundle with the following premade meals: breakfast, lunch, and dinner for Friday, plus two additional breakfasts and lunches for Saturday and Sunday. Each meal comes with an 8 oz carton of milk. Meals should be refrigerated until they are ready to be heated and enjoyed at home. On Friday’s when school is not in session, weekend meal bundles will be distributed the last school day of the week. 

What's inside a weekend meal bundle?

Friday Meals

Saturday Meals

Sunday Meals

1-Breakfast + Milk

1-Lunch + Milk

1-Dinner + Milk

1-Breakfast + Milk

1-Lunch + Milk

1-Breakfast + Milk

1-Lunch + Milk

 

Special Dietary Needs Meal Requests

MPS provides meals for students with special dietary needs and religious restrictions. If you need a specialized meal for a student that has a food allergy or intolerance, texture modified diet, special diet (i.e. renal diet), or religious restriction, please complete the form below a minimum of two (2) days in advance before the date you would like to pick up the student’s meal at an MPS Stop, Grab, and Go location.

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Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

The Department of Nutrition Services will continue the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program in the month of March. The produce bags will help you celebrate National Nutrition Month by Personalizing Your Plate. This month we will teach you how to personalize your plate with: limited time, a budget, Wisconsin traditions, and picky eaters.

Milwaukee Public Schools will offer the free weekly produce bags at MPS Stop, Grab, and Go locations on March: 4th, 11th, 18th and 25th.

Dinner Program Education Resources

The education resources below are provided to meet the Child and Adult Care Food Program guidelines. These resources will be posted online, while school remains virtual.

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The 50 Stop, Grab, and Go locations are listed below. Use the map below to find a Stop, Grab, and Go location near you.

Stop, Grab and Go Locations

The Stop, Grab and Go locations are open Monday through Friday 11:00 a.m.–1:30 p.m.

*Three sites offer meals during regular hours AND from 3:00 to 5:00 P.M.

School Name

School Address

ALBA

1712 S. 32nd St.

Andrew S. Douglas Middle School

3620 N. 18th St.

Audubon HS/MS

3300 S. 39th St.

Barbee Montessori

4456 N. Teutonia Ave.

Bay View High School

2751 S. Lenox St.

Bethune Academy

1535 N. 35th St.

Browning

5440 N. 64th St.

Bruce

6453 N. 89th St.

Carson Academy

4920 W. Capitol Dr.

Cass Street

1647 N. Cass St.

Clarke Street

2816 W. Clarke St.

Clement Avenue

3666 S. Clement Ave.

Doerfler

3014 W. Scott St.

Eighty-First Street

2964 N. 81st St.

Engleburg

5100 N. 91st St.

Fifty-Third Street

3618 N. 53rd St.

Fratney

3255 N. Fratney St.

Gaenslen

1250 E. Burleigh St.

Grantosa Drive

4850 N. 82nd St.

Hamilton High School

6215 W. Warnimont Ave.

Hayes Bilingual

971 Windlake Ave

Holmes

2463 N. Buffum St.

Hopkins Lloyd

1503 W. Hopkins St.

Lincoln Avenue

1817 W. Lincoln Ave.

MacDowell Montessori

6415 W. Mount Vernon Ave.

Maple Tree

6644 N. 107th St.

Marshall High School

4141 N. 64th St.

Marvin Pratt

5131 N. Green Bay Ave.

Metcalfe

3400 W. North Ave.

Milwaukee High School of the Arts

2300 W. Highland Ave.

Milwaukee Spanish Immersion: Upper Campus

2765 S. 55th St.

Morse Middle School

6700 N. 80th St.

Ninety-Fifth Street

3707 N. 94th St.

North Division High School*

1011 W. Center St.

Obama SCTE High School*

5075 N. Sherman Blvd.

Pulaski High School

2500 W. Oklahoma Ave.

Reagan High School

4965 S. 20th St.

Riley

2424 S. 4th St.

Rogers Street Academy

2430 W. Rogers St.

Siefert

1547 N. 14th St.

South Division High School*

1515 W. Lapham Blvd.

Story

3815 W. Kilbourn Ave.

Thoreau

7878 N. 60th St.

Thurston Woods

5966 N. 35th St.

Townsend Street

3360 N. Sherman Blvd.

Vieau

823 S. 4th St.

Vincent High School

7501 N. Granville Rd.

Washington High School

2525 N. Sherman Blvd.

Wisconsin Conservatory of Lifelong Learning

1017 N. 12th St.

Zablocki

1016 W. Oklahoma Ave.

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