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Meal Pick Up and Deliveries



Revised March 22, 2020

MEAL PICK-UP (Times Changed)

Redford Union Schools will be providing emergency meals at no cost for children under the age of 18. We encourage only one parent or guardian to pick-up the food for all children under the age of 18; however, children may also pick up meals without a parent/guardian present. All meals will be prepackaged and will be passed out at the outside designations listed below. Meals will consist of one breakfast and one lunch per child. Friday meal pick-ups will consist of three breakfast/lunch for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. We will not be providing an inside dining space. Pick up meals will be available MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY. Sites will be open from 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.


  • Hilbert Middle School: Circle drive on Lexington
  • RUHS:  Side entrance facing Curtis Street

MOBILE MEAL DELIVERIES (More delivery days, times and routes added)

We recognize not all of our students/parents will have access to the Meal Pick Up Points. Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday we will deliver two days of breakfast/lunch meals. Deliveries will be from 11:00-2:00PM--3 days a week! School buses will deliver meals to the designated bus stops/times in your area. Any student can get a meal from any stop regardless of the school he/she attends. These lunches are available to anyone 18 years of age or younger. Parents may pick up meals without their children.   These meals are being made at no cost to you through the Federal School Nutrition Program. The exact times and locations can be found on Facebook page and district website.

If you have any questions about meal pick or deliveries, please contact the Nutrition Services Office at 313-242-6133 or Any bus stop questions should be directed to the Department of Transportation at 313-242-4400.



Beginning Monday, March 23, 2020



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