Resources While Kids are Home

Are you looking for resources while school is out? Check out these great, local resources including free meal sites, free educational sites, fun ideas while the kids are home, and tips from local educators.

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With new information coming out daily, please check school district websites, social media accounts, or call the district before planning to visit.

Central Unified School District

• Biola-Pershing Elementary, 4885 N. Biola Avenue, Biola
• Central High School, 3535 N. Cornelia Avenue, Fresno
• Hanh Phan Tilley Elementary, 2280 N. Valentine Avenue, Fresno
• James K. Polk Elementary, 2195 N. Polk Avenue, Fresno
• Teague Elementary, 4725 N. Polk Avenue, Fresno
• William Saroyan Elementary, 5650 W. Escalon Avenue, Fresno

Families can pick up free meals for their kids, ages 1–18, through April 3rd (tentative, check website for finalized end date), Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–1 p.m., through a mobile drive-thru or pick-up.

Children must be present to pick up meals. Children can come with a parent or guardian or come without a parent. Parents cannot pick up meals without their children present. Dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated, but vegetarian options will be available.

Clovis Unified School District

• Buchanan High School, 1560 N. Minnewawa Avenue, Clovis
• Clovis East High School, 2940 Leonard Avenue, Clovis
• Clovis North High School,  2770 E. International Avenue, Fresno
• Clovis West High School, 1070 E. Teague Avenue, Fresno
• Clark Intermediate School, 902 Fifth Street Clovis
• Kastner Intermediate School, 7676 N. First Street, Fresno
• Clovis Elementary School, 1100 Armstrong Avenue, Clovis
• Cole Elementary School, 615 W. Stuart Avenue, Clovis
• Fancher Creek Elementary School, 5948 E. Tulare Avenue, Fresno
• Jefferson Elementary School, 1880 Fowler Avenue, Clovis
• Mickey Cox Elementary School, 2191 Sierra Avenue, Clovis
• Miramonte Elementary School, 1590 Bellaire Avenue, Clovis
• Mountain View Elementary School, 2002 E. Alluvial Avenue, Fresno
• Nelson Elementary School, 1336 W. Spruce Avenue, Fresno
• Pinedale Elementary School, 7171 N. Sugarpine, Fresno
• Sierra Vista Elementary School, 510 Barstow Avenue, Clovis
• Tarpey Elementary School, 2700 Minnewawa Avenue, Clovis
• Temperance-Kutner Elementary School, 1448 N. Armstrong Avenue,    Fresno
• Valley Oak Elementary School, 465 E. Champlain Drive, Fresno
• Weldon Elementary School, 150 Dewitt Avenue, Clovis

Through April 13th, kids ages 1–18 can pick up free meals from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. Monday–Friday. Kids must be present and can go to any of the district’s sites to receive a meal. Drop-off locations below.

Grab-and-go meals will be delivered by our bus drivers to the following locations: 6:40 a.m. Vin Rose LN at N. 41 Frontage Road, 7:10 a.m. Barstow & DeWolf, 7:27 a.m. 6207 E. Clinton, 7:37 a.m. E. Huntington & S. Waverly, 7:40 a.m. Belmont Frtg & N. Sabre (Ponding Basin), 7:37 a.m. E. Huntington & S. Waverly, 7:29 a.m. Fancher @ Turner, 7:30 a.m. Mckenzie @ Rector Wy, 7:32 a.m. Belmont @ Sanders CT, 7:33 a.m. 7902 E. Belmont @ Dewolf, 7:35 a.m. Locan @ Belmont, 7:37 a.m. 7261 E. Tulare @ Dirt Field, 7:40 a.m. 6870 Kings Canyon Rd, 7:42 a.m. N. Douglas & E. Kerckhoff, 7:40 a.m. Inyo @ Shelly Golden Dawn, 7:43 a.m. N. Burgan & N. Armstrong (Pump Station), 7:39 a.m. N. Burgan & E. Inyo, 7:41 a.m. N. Burgan & E. Balch, 7:50 a.m. Iowa @ Cimarron, 7:18 a.m. 16088 N. Friant Rd, 7:24 a.m. Via Mira Bella, 7:33 a.m. Bella Vista @ Mailboxes, 7:45 a.m. Burroughs & Marcus, 7:47 a.m. Flemming & Waldby, 7:49 a.m. Friant & Root. Visit for updates.

Fresno Unified School District

• Addams Elementary School, 2117 W. McKinley Avenue, Fresno
• Ahwahnee Middle School, 1127 E. Escalon Avenue, Fresno
• Columbia Elementary School, 1025 S. Trinity Street, Fresno
• Computech Middle School, 555 E. Belgravia Avenue, Fresno
• Cooper Middle School, 2277 W. Bellaire Way, Fresno
• Figarden Elementary School, 6235 N. Brawley Avenue, Fresno
• Fort Miller Middle School​, 1302 E. Dakota Avenue, Fresno
• Hamilton K-8 Elementary School, 102 E. Clinton Avenue, Fresno
• Kings Canyon Middle School, 5117 E. Tulare Avenue, Fresno
• Lincoln Elementary School, 774 E. Alluvial Avenue, Fresno
• Scandinavian Middle School, 3216 N. Sierra Vista Avenue, Fresno
• Sequoia Elementary School, 1820 S. Armstrong Avenue, Fresno
• Tehipite Middle School, 630 N. Augusta Street, Fresno
• Tenaya Middle School​, 1239 W. Mesa Avenue, Fresno
• Terronez Middle School, 2300 S. Willow Avenue, Fresno
• Tioga Middle School, 3232 E. Fairmont Avenue, Fresno
• Wawona K-8 Middle School, 4524 N. Thorne Avenue, Fresno
• Yosemite Middle School, 1292 N. 9th Street, Fresno

Students can access Grab-and-Go meals between 9 a.m.–11 a.m. Monday–Friday. Students must be present. Stay connected with Fresno Unified for an end date on service.

Meals will be available on a grab-and-go basis. Students can get a meal from any Fresno Unified school; they do not need to go to their school of enrollment.

Fowler Unified School District

• Malaga Elementary School, 3910 S. Ward Avenue, Fresno
• Fremont Elementary School, 1005 W. Weldon Avenue, Fresno
• Fowler High School, 701 E. Main Street, Fowler

Families can pick up free meals for their kids who are ages 18 and younger, Monday–Friday from 11 a.m.–12:30 p.m., through April 3rd.

Children must be present. Please drive up, stay in your vehicle, and maintain the flow of traffic.

Golden Valley Unifed School District

• Liberty High School, 12220 Road 36, Madera
• Webster Elementary, 36477 Ruth Avenue, Madera
• Sierra View Elementary, 16436 Paula Road, Madera

Families can pick up free Grab-n-Go meals for their kids who are ages 1–18, Monday–Friday from 10:15 a.m.–12:15 p.m., through April 3rd.

Golden Valley Unified School District students must be present. Visit or call 645-3502 for more information.

Hanford Joint Union High School District

• Hanford High School, 120 E. Grangeville Boulevard, Hanford
• Hanford West High School, 1150 W. Lacey Boulevard, Hanford
• Sierra Pacific High School, 1259 N. 13th Avenue, Hanford

Through April 4th, meals will be available for pick-up at no cost for children ages 18 and under from 12-1 p.m. Children must be present. This takeout meal service will continue during the school closure.

Hanford Joint Union High School District children must be present.

Kerman Unified School District

• Kerman High School, 205 S. First Street, Kerman
• Kerman Floyd Elementary School, 14655 W. F Street, Kerman

Families can pick up free Grab-and-Go meals for their kids who are Kerman Unified School District students Monday–Friday from 10 a.m.–12 p.m. through April 13th.

Children must be present to pick up meals. Drop-off at bus stops also available.

Kings Canyon Unified School District

• Dunlap Elementary School, 39667 Dunlap Rd, Dunlap
• McCord Elementary School, 333 Center Street, Orange Cove
• Orange Cove High School, 1700 S. Anchor Avenue, Orange Cove
• Sheridan Elementary School, 1001 Ninth Street, Orange Cove
• Great Western Elementary School, 5051 S. Frankwood Avenue, Reedley
• Jefferson Elementary School, 1037 E. Duff Avenue, Reedley
• Lincoln Elementary School, 374 E. North Avenue, Reedley
• Reedley High School, 740 W. North Avenue, Reedley
• T.L. Reed School, 1400 N. Frankwood Ave, Reedley
• Washington Elementary School, 1250 K Street, Reedley

Meals will be available on Monday–Friday through April 3rd. Breakfast will be available for pick up between 7:30–8 a.m. Lunch will be available between 11:45 a.m.–12:15 p.m. Any person, age 18 and under, is eligible to pick up a meal during the times listed above.

Children must be present to pick up meals. Children do not need to be students of Kings Canyon Unified School District.

Kingsburg Elementary Charter School District

• Lincoln Elementary School, 1900 Mariposa Street, Kingsburg
• Kingsburg High School, 1900 18th Avenue, Kingsburg

Families can pick up meals for kids 18 years and younger, through April 3rd from 11 a.m.–1 p.m., Monday–Friday.

Children must be present to pick up meals. Meals can be picked up in the Cafeteria. Children do not need to be students of Kingsburg Elementary Charter School District.

Lemoore Union Elementary School District

• Cinnamon Elementary, 500 ECinnamon Drive, Lemoore
• Engvall Elementary, 1055 Cedar Lane, Lemoore
• Lemoore Elementary, 573 W. Bush Street, Lemoore
• Meadow Lane Elementary, 352 Meadow Lane, Lemoore
• Liberty Elementary, 1000 Liberty Drive, Lemoore

Families can pick up meals for kids 18 years and younger, through April 3rd from 10:30 a.m.–12 p.m., Monday–Friday. Children must be present to receive a meal.

Open to families of the Lemoore Union Elementary District. Children must be present to pick up meals. Drive-through or walk-up available.

Lemoore Union High School District

• Lemoore Union High School District, 101 E. Bush Street

Lemoore Union High School will provide meals for students 18 and under. Meals will be available through April 13th from 11 a.m.-1 p.m., Monday–Friday.

Students must be present to receive meals. Location pick up will be on Bush street in front of the NJ ROTC Building. Parents cannot pick up meals without their children present. Dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated.

Los Banos Unified School District

• Creekside Junior High, 1401 Prairie Springs Drive, Los Banos
• Miano Elementary, 1129 B Street, Los Banos
• Los Banos Elementary, 749 J Street, Los Banos
• Los Banos High School, 1966 Eleventh Street, Los Banos
• Los Banos Junior High School, 1750 San Luis Street, Los Banos
• Pacheco High School, 200 N. Ward Road, Los Banos

Walk up or drive through to pick up meals for children 1-18. All meals are To-Go style. No identification is required. Monday–Friday from 10 a.m.–1 p.m. No service during Spring Break from March 23rd–March 27th. No service on April 10th or April 13th.

Sites may close due to lack of participation. Please check website or call 209-826-3077 for closures or new sites openings.

Mendota Unified School District

• Mendota High School, 1282 Belmont Avenue, Mendota
• Mendota Elementary, 605 Bass Avenue, Mendota
• McCabe Elementary, 250 Derrick Avenue, Mendota

Families can drive through or pick up free meals for their kids who are ages 18 and younger, Monday–Friday from 11 a.m.–1 p.m., through April 3rd. Drop-off locations below.

Drop-offs will also happen with Bus 1 at 11:30 a.m. Water District, 11:43 a.m. Douglas & Adams, 11:51 a.m. Douglas & Dinuba, 12:03 p.m. Adams & San Diego, 12:05 p.m. San Diego, 12:06 p.m. Murrieta Houses, 12:12 p.m. Enchers Ranch, 12:14 p.m. Papas Ranch. Bus 2 at 11:20 a.m. Belmont & Douglas, 11:25 a.m. Belmont & Murphy Ranch, 11:28 a.m. Fairfax McKinley Detrichs, 11:32 a.m. Stamoules Trailers, 11:36 a.m. Vaquero Trailers, 11:36 a.m. North Avenue, 11:43 a.m. Vaquero Forman Houses, 12:00 p.m. Hansen Ranch, 12:05 p.m. Pilibos Ranch, 12:15 p.m. Belmont & Stamoules Camp, 12:18 p.m. Washoe Camp. Bus 3 at 11:20 a.m. 29927 W. Whitesbridge, 11:25 a.m. Whitesbridge, 11:27 a.m. 29779 Whitesbridge (trailers), 11:28 a.m. Figueroa Ranch, 11:30 a.m. Whitesbridge Trailers, 11:32 a.m. Whitesbridge (Garcia Trucking), 11:37 a.m. 23399 San Mateo,11:43 a.m. Jack’s Resort.

Riverdale Joint Unified School District

• Riverdale High School, 3160 W. Mt. Whitney Avenue, Riverdale

Families can pick up free meals for their kids who are ages 18 and younger, Monday–Friday from 11 a.m.–1 p.m., through April 13th.

Riverdale Joint Unified School District students must be present.

Sanger Unified School District

• Del Rey Elementary, 10620 Morro Avenue, Del Rey
• Wilson Elementary, 610 Faller Avenue, Sanger
• Sanger High School, 1045 Bethel Avenue, Sanger
• Washington Academic Middle School, 1705 Tenth Street, Sanger
• Sequoia Elementary School, 1820 S. Armstrong Avenue, Fresno

Families can pick up free Grab-and-Go meals for their kids, ages 18 and younger, through April 3rd, Monday–Friday, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.

Children must be present to pick up meals. Children do not need to be part of Sanger Unified School District.

Sierra Unified School District

• Sierra Unified Bus Route

Children ages 1–18 living in the Sierra Unified School District will be provided meals Monday–Friday through April 13th. Meals will be delivered on the bus route starting at 10 a.m. Please fill out the free meal survey provided by Sierra Unified School District.

Children do not need to be present, but parents need to provide the child’s name and age. Call 855-3653 for more information. Route times and locations are available at

Visalia Unified School District

• Annie R. Mitchell Elementary School, 2121 E. Laura Avenue, Visalia
• Cottonwood Creek Elementary School, 4222 S. Dans Street, Visalia
• Divisadero Middle School, 4222 S. Dans Street, Visalia
• Elbow Creek Elementary School, 32747 Road 138, Visalia
• Four Creeks Elementary School, 1844 N. Burke Street, Visalia
• Global Learning Charter School, 1051 W. Robin Drive, Visalia
• Goshen Elementary School, 6505 Avenue 308, Visalia
• Houston Elementary School, 1200 N. Giddings Street, Visalia
• Ivanhoe Elementary School, 16030 Avenue 332, Ivanhoe
• Linwood Elementary School, 3129 S. Linwood Street, Visalia
• Manuel F. Hernandez Elementary School, 2133 N. Leila Street, Visalia
• Mineral King Elementary School, 3333 E. Kaweah Avenue, Visalia
• Valley Oak Middle School, 2000 N. Lovers Lane, Visalia
• Veva Blunt Elementary School, 1119 Chinowth Street, Visalia
• Washington Elementary School, 960 E. Teague Avenue, Fresno
• Willow Glen Elementary School, 310 N. Akers Street, Visalia

Families can pick up or drive through and grab free Grab-n-Go meals for their kids who are ages 1–18, Monday–Friday from 11:30 a.m.–12:30 p.m., through April 3rd.

Children can pick up meals with or without a parent; however, parents cannot pick up meals without their children present. Dietary restrictions cannot be accommodated during this time, and meals must be eaten off site. Bus stop deliveries: Cameron & Oakview, Douglas & Gowdy at 11:30 a.m. Visit for more bus stop deliveries. For further information, please call Visalia Unified School District’s Nutritional Services Department at 730-7871.

Yosemite Unified School District

• Yosemite High School, 50200 Road 427, Oakhurst
• Coarsegold Elementary School, 45426 Road 415, Coarsegold

Families can pick up free meals for their kids, ages 18 and younger, Monday–Friday, 11:30 a.m.–12 p.m., through a mobile drive-thru or walk-up. Stay connected with Yosemite Unified School District for an end date.

These meals will be available for free to anyone in the community 18 and under, regardless of what school they attend. No paperwork is required. Children must be present in order for meals to be provided. Meals will be provided based on the number of children present. This program will be solely provided for pick up and meals will not be consumed on-site. Families are encouraged to continue to be proactive in reducing the risk of germ-spreading by not congregating at the school site and utilizing social distancing once meals have been distributed.


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ABCya!: Learn about your five senses, practice addition with dice, and make a pizza—all while playing fun games that support learning!

Adventure Academy: Kids can join the ranks of young scholars in a fully-immersive virtual universe for those seeking knowledge and adventure. Gain access to hundreds of hours of educational activities, teaching essential skills in math, language arts, science, social studies, and more! 3rd through 8th grade. Redemption code: SCHOOL7771.

Bookflix: Bookflix is an online resource aimed at Preschool to 3rd graders and offers animated storybooks, books online, educational games, and more.

California Academy of Sciences: Fun, online activities for grades Preschool through High School including Nature Play, Compost Investigation, Spot the Bird, Flipside Science, Creatures of the Sea, and more!

Dial-A-Story: Fresno County Public Library’s 24-Hour, Dial-A-Story is a great way for children ages 3 to 7 to hear a free and fun story!  All you have to do is dial 600-TALE or 600-8253!

Fun Brain: Kids in grades Pre-K through 8 will enjoy the free interactive games, books, videos, and printables that help develop skills in math, reading, problem-solving, and literacy.

Google Arts & Culture: Take virtual tours and explore exhibits at over 500 museums and galleries—right from the comfort of your own couch!

Highlights for Kids: Read, play games, and conduct cool science experiments! Kids will enjoy the activities, videos, and more!

Into the Book: This reading comprehension resource focuses on eight research-based strategies: Using Prior Knowledge, Making Connections, Questioning, Visualizing, Inferring, Summarizing, Evaluating, and Synthesizing. Try the online interactive activities!

Kanopy: With your Fresno County Public Library card you can enjoy unlimited plays in the curated video collection for kids!

Khan Academy: Students can utilize the free exercises, quizzes, and tests to practice and master skills, as well as watch instructional videos to help learn material.

Nat Geo for Kids: Go wild! Kids can learn all about geography, fascinating animals, and more through facts, games, and pictures!

PBS Kids: Hang out with your favorite characters by playing games and watching videos, all while learning! Plus, there’s a section for parents, too!

ReadingIQ: A library in your pocket! Growing readers are making strides in their learning and development with increases in reading and comprehension. Preschool through 6th grade. Redemption code: SCHOOL7771.

Scholastic: Keep the learning going with special cross-curricular journeys. Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each built around a thrilling, meaningful story or video. Kids can do them on their own, with their families, or with their teachers. Just find your grade level and let the learning begin!

Seussville: Read, play games, and hang out with Dr. Seuss and his friends. Explore crazy characters through books, videos, and more!

Star Fall: This free public service helps children from Preschool to 3rd grade with reading, language arts, and mathematics by emphasizing exploration, play, and positive reinforcement. Encourage your kids to become confident and intrinsically motivated!

Storyline Online: Children’s literacy resource featuring the world’s best storytellers reading books aloud. Each video includes an activity guide with lessons for K-5 students to do at home.

Switch Zoo: Make new animals, play animal games, solve animal puzzles, take a guided tour, and join a zoo quest. Build a biome and an online habitat, play other learning games, read animal facts, get lesson plans, and more!

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• Measure the perimeter of your home.
• Write a letter to your teacher.
• Learn ten new words and use them!
• Read, read, read! As much as you can!
• Read a book to a sibling or pet.
• Create a vision board using magazines.
• Find, pick, and dissect a flower.
• Create and test paper airplanes.
• Find ten rocks and describe them.
• Go bird watching in your backyard.
• Plant a seed inside or in your garden.
• Engineer a boat that can really float.
• Play 20 questions with an adult.
• Make puppets and perform a show.
• Paint a picture or figurine.
• DIY a musical instrument.
• Create and perform a new dance.
• Practice a new yoga pose.
• Create your own training regimen.
• Have a glow stick dance party!
• Practice deep breathing exercises.
• Create your own quiet space.
• Create a Venn diagram for 2 things.
• Cook a family member’s favorite dish.
• Create a museum of your drawings.
• Practice and perform a magic trick.
• Play board and card games with family.
• Create a scavenger hunt.
• Go camping inside.
• Pop popcorn and watch a movie.

Thanks to the community for some of these great ideas!


“Make sure to utilize online sources if you have internet access. Keep your kids reading, even if that means from their textbooks. Reach out to their teachers if you haven’t done so already. Kids need to keep their brains stimulated—reading and problem-solving are some of the easiest ways!” —Mr. Miranda

“If you’ve received instructions from your child’s teacher, connect with other classroom parents. Check in with them daily to keep yourself accountable. Have the kids video call each other at the end of the day to discuss how their work went.”  —Mrs. Camden

“Keep your child reading and writing. We can’t let them regress. Teachers have worked too hard! There are so many companies that have offered free services—resources are out there! We want kids to keep their minds active and we want parents to talk to their kids about what they’re reading and learning.”  —Ms. Metzger

“Gently remind your kids that this is not a vacation and learning is still the priority. Lay out a schedule for your kids every day. Cater the schedule to what will best fit your home, time, and your kids’ ages. Visual schedules will work best for younger kids and written schedules will work best for older kids. Consistency is key, keep a routine!”  —Ms. Lopez

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