Jefferson County Schools participating in food delivery program

Meals to you

The Jefferson County Schools district is partnering with the USDA and Baylor University to deliver food straight to qualifying students’ homes.

The Emergency Meals-to-You program (eMTY) mails 10 breakfasts and 10 lunches to a student’s home every two weeks.  In order to receive food, students must attend a school that qualifies based on the program’s guidelines. Students must already be enrolled in the free and reduced lunch program.  Siblings (ages 1-18) of qualifying students, will also be eligible to receive the meals.


Enrollment Information: 

Register at this link

Enrollment closes on Sunday, May 17, 2020.  NO EXCEPTIONS!

      Please select “Jefferson County Schools (AL)” under “child school district.”


Eligible Schools: Brookville Elementary, Clay Elementary, Clay-Chalkville Middle, Clay-Chalkville High, Crumly Chapel, Fultondale High, Grantwood Community, Hueytown High, Johnson Elementary, McAdory Elementary, McAdory Middle, McAdory High, Minor Middle, Warrior Elementary, West Jefferson

Other Info: The first boxed meals will be mailed sometime after May 18th once all enrollment forms have been verified and processed.  The program will continue through June 30, 2020.

Emergency Meals-to-You DOES NOT replace the eight JEFCOED food distribution sites.  Kikstart will continue to distribute meals at those sites Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.  A complete list of the Kikstart sites is available here.  Kikstart meals are available to anyone 18 and younger.