Covid-19 Resources

  • Aldine ISD: Is providing breakfast and lunch at various locations. Find them at this link.
  • Alief ISD: Providing breakfast and lunch starting the week of March 23rd, get more details here.
  • Clear Creek ISD: Free drive-thru meals for children present in the vehicle, find locations with this link.
  • Cy-Fair ISD: Free breakfast, lunch and even dinner, times and elect locations listed here.
  • Deer Park ISD: Offering free breakfast and lunch at locations listed at this link.
  • Fort Bend ISD: Offering free grab-and-go meals to all children present, details are listed here.
  • Goose Creek Consolidated ISD: Breakfast and lunch offered at various locations, click here for adult pricing and locations.
  • Houston ISD: Partnering with the Houston Food Bank to provide fresh produce and foods for community residents at various locations listed on their website and Twitter.
  • Humble ISD: Free carry-out breakfast and lunch from designated locations which can be found here.
  • Katy ISD: Providing free breakfast and lunch to students at locations listed here.
  • LaPorte ISD: drive-thru breakfast and lunch, click here for locations.
  • Pasadena ISD: Free grab and go breakfast and lunch to students in the vehicle, locations and times are listed here.
  • Sheldon ISD: Free curbside breakfast and lunch for students under 18, locations and times are listed at this link.
  • Spring ISD: Free curbside meals at the locations listed here.
  • Waller ISD: Free breakfast and lunch provided at times and locations listed here.
  • The Houston Food Bank: Locate food pantries in your area and get connected with other resources for access to food
  • Kids’ Meals: Free home delivery of meals for kids

  • CATCH: At-home & distance learning resources for parents and educators
  • GoNoodle: Free online resource that provides tons of ways for kids and families to be active, stay mindful, and keep on learning!
  • Action for Healthy Kids: Game On Activity Library
  • Shape America: A collection of resources from SHAPE America and other K-12 health and physical educators to help you continue to provide high-quality, standards-based lessons despite the circumstances
  • Fitnessgram: A list of free resources for physical education and physical activity for students, parents and teachers who are practicing social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic
  • Some activity ideas while you're socially distancing:
    • Headstands: A great activity for your core muscles and to get blood going to the brain. Kids are often naturals.
    • Jump rope: If you have downstairs neighbors who complain, go in the hall or outside your building. For more fun, pick up a book of jump-rope rhymes.
    • Balloon ball: There are endless ways to play with balloons indoors. Try to keep it off the ground or just play catch. Mix it up with balloon tennis!
    • Follow the leader: Add to the workout with energetic movements such as jumping, stomping, and squatting.
    • Dance party: Turn on the music and break out your favorite dance moves!
    • Freeze dance: When the music stops, freeze in your pose and hold it until the music begins again.
    • Scavenger hunt: Write up clues and hide them around the apartment. Kids can race to find each clue for a small prize at the end.
    • Jumping jacks: Simple but good for coordination and they get your heart going. If your kids can't sleep, have them do 25 to tire them out.
    • Parachute: This kiddie gym standby can be re-created at home with sheets. Each kid takes an end of the parachute or sheet and fans it upward while one of you runs underneath.
    • Clean-up race: Set a timer or put on a song to see who can put everything in its place.
    • Tickle tag: Chase your children. When you catch them, it's tickle time.
    • Hallway bowling: Fill up water bottles and use any ball you have.
    • Hopscotch: Use chalk or tape to make a game on your floor or outside your building.
    • Pillow fight: No explanation needed.
    • Bubble bashing: Blow bubbles and let your child try to smash them.
    • Pushover parents: Plant your feet and see if the kids can budge you. If you move your feet, they win. Stand on one foot to make it easier for little kids.