• Maʻemaʻe Elementary

Free meals for all children beginning October 12

Aloha Families,

We are excited to announce Maʻemaʻe is one of 203 DOE schools which will operate as an open feeding site providing FREE meals to all children 18 years and younger (and to those with special needs up to age 22) in the community. A list of other Oahu public schools participating in the program is attached. Free Meal sites Oct-Dec 2020.pdf


This program is available October 12 through December 18 (pending availability of Families First Coronavirus Response Act funds). Maʻemaʻe's drive-by meal pick up will be held once each school day (10:30am-11:30am) on a first-come, first-served basis. Other sites may serve at a different time. 


To minimize the amount of times parents/guardians need to come on campus families will receive one multiple meal (1 lunch for that day / 1 breakfast for the next day) per child. Child does not need to be present however, parent/guardian must provide proof of child’s existence (blue Maʻemaʻe placard, school ID, birth certificate, report card, State ID, etc.). Note: The Maʻemae placard is only acceptable at the Maʻemaʻe serving site. 


On campus students will also receive free meals for the duration of the program.

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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