Schoolside Food Pick Up
Royal Oak Schools is offering food pick up at three locations.
Schoolside Pick Up is available at Keller Elementary, Upton Elementary, and Royal Oak High School FREE of charge, starting Tuesday, March 17, 2020.
Food is provided to anyone 18 and under between 11 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., Monday - Friday.
Two meals, breakfast and lunch, will be provided and can be picked up at the same time. Families can pick up multiple days in one pick up.
Families can also pick up at any of the schools listed below.
Food will be distributed near the front entrance of each school, right to your car.
Students do not need to be present and there will be no school access during pick ups.
Pick Up Locations:
- Keller Elementary - 1505 N. Campbell Rd. - go to the main entrance, door 1
- Upton Elementary - 4400 Mandalay Ave.
- Royal Oak High School - 1500 Lexington Blvd.
Contact us with any questions:
- 248-435-8400 x1223
OTHER SOURCES FOR FREE FOOD:
The YMCA is offering free grab and go meals for children and young adults. Click here for more information.
Burger King and other fast food restaurants are also offering free kids meals. Click here for the latest list of those taking part to help feed our children.
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