All Osceola School District students will eat at no charge between through Dec. 18

  • Osceola County School District
    Osceola County School District



USDA has extended the meal program that allows all kids 18 and younger in school and the community to eat for free through Dec. 18. 

All face-to-face students, regardless of their meal status, will receive a breakfast and lunch at no cost while attending in-person classes. The district's curbside meal service for digital learning students and all children under 18 not attending in-person classes will be modified beginning Sept. 28 to the following:

•Meal distribution sites, times, and days will change starting the week of Sept. 28.  Meal pick-up can be at any location. To view the list of schools and distribution times, visit  

 •Meal distribution days will be on Tuesdays and Thursdays.   Tuesday meals will be bundled with two breakfasts and two lunches per child. Thursday meals will be bundled with three breakfasts and three lunches per child. 

•A reservation form must be completed by parents wishing to participate in the curbside meal program to select a location for pick-up.  The form can be found at

•To receive meals, identification for each student or child must be provided. Current student identification card, birth certificate, or any state-issued ID or passport are acceptable. 

•Meal service will not be provided when schools are closed. 

•Times, locations, and program details are subject to change.