CCSD expands Food Distribution Sites to more than 300 locations


The number of Food Distribution Sites grew from 46 to more than 300 on Aug. 24, as demand grows in the Clark County School District.

The 2020–2021 school year has begun, and with that, comes the task of CCSD feeding more than 320,000 students. With more than 300 pickup sites valley-wide, students and their parents are encouraged to check this Google Map to find a pickup site and confirm menu options and location hours. These sites are open to all students enrolled in CCSD Schools and CCSD-sponsored charter schools.

Meals are free for students who qualify for free/reduced meals. At this time, students who don’t qualify for free/reduced meals will have to pay. However, CCSD says it has applied for a USDA Grant to make free meals available to every student in the future.

To see if a household is eligible for free/reduced meals, parents should fill out an application at

Important Information

Pickup times at elementary schools — 7 a.m. – 10 a.m. // middle schools —10 a.m. – 1 p.m. // high schools — 11 a.m. – 2 p.m.

You will need: Your student ID/student number OR name, grade and name of school student is enrolled at

You’ll receive: A breakfast meal and a lunch meal

Face Masks are required to be worn.