March 20, 2020

CVESD will be providing “Grab & Go” Boxed Meals (more than 1) during Spring Break on Tuesday, March 24 and Tuesday, March 31 ONLY. The Boxed Meals distribution will take place at nine school sites across the region. Students who are receiving the meals must be physically present. The hours are: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (noon) each day.

The locations are:

  • Casillas Elementary School
  • 1130 East J St
  • Chula Vista, CA 91910
  • Harborside Elementary School
  • 681 Naples Street
  • Chula Vista, CA   91911
  • Juarez-Lincoln Elementary School
  • 849 Twining Avenue
  • San Diego, CA   92154
  • Loma Verde Elementary School
  • 1450 Loma Lane
  • Chula Vista, CA    91911
  • Muraoka Elementary School
  • 1644 Santa Alexia Ave
  • Chula Vista, CA 91913
  • Rice Elementary School
  • 915 Fourth AV
  • Chula Vista, CA   91911
  • Salt Creek Elementary School
  • 1055 Hunte Parkway
  • Chula Vista, CA   91914
  • Sunnyside Elementary School
  • 5430 San Miguel Road
  • Bonita, CA  91902
  • Vista Square Elementary School
  • 540 G Street
  • Chula Vista, CA   91910

For additional Food Resources, please review the options listed below.

Both the Jacobs & Cushman San Diego Food Bank and Feeding San Diego are operating as usual. By calling 211, clients can provide their address and be directed to the closest food distribution in their area.

The San Diego Food Bank website will direct to their distribution sites as contained on the 211 website (

The San Diego Food Bank is in need of volunteers. Feeding San Diego distributions can be found on the ‘Need Help’ tab ( Non-regular volunteer shifts have been canceled.

CalFresh (SNAP)

The CalFresh program and local CalFresh application assistance continue to operate as normal. Benefits will be received by enrollees as normal. Feeding San Diego continues to offer application assistance, however, all appointments will be conducted via telephone or Zoom conference. Feeding San Diego will not host any in-person visits or workshops.

San Diego Hunger Coalition

The coalition is putting together a COVID-19 food assistance-specific webpage, where visitors can get updated information on food distribution sites, CalFresh updates, CalWORKS updates, and WIC. They will also have opportunities for advocacy regarding emergency food funds from the State and Federal levels.

During these uncertain times, it is important that we remain calm, follow the advice of trusted sources, and remember that we will get through this together.


Debra McLaren, Ed.D. – Principal