AUSTIN ISD LEARNING AT-HOME PACKETS
Beginning Monday, April 27, Austin ISD will be mailing Continuous Learning Packets directly to students. Students who qualify to receive free and reduced lunch will be sent packets automatically. If your student does not qualify for free and reduce lunch and you would like to request a packet, please fill out the fields here and they will add your name to the list. More information can be found here.
Austin ISD Food Services is preparing and providing meals for children under the age of 19 at more than 70 locations while school is closed due to COVID-19 precautions.
Meals are available at a curbside meal site located at Anderson High School. Curbside meal sites are open from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., Monday-Friday. Families are advised to stay in their cars and not enter buildings during meal pick up. Families or children who come by walking/biking/transit will still be able to receive food outside the campuses.
Each child may receive one breakfast and one lunch meal, Monday through Friday. Weekend meal packages are available each Friday, providing breakfast and lunch for Saturday and Sunday. Families are recommended to bring bags to help get their weekend meals home safely on Fridays.
- Ascension Seton Telehealth App: Use code: HOME for $20 discounted visit fee for month of March. Anyone can use this service.)
- Austin Public Health
- Children’s Health Express: Call the regular number 512-324-0060, and they will set up the virtual visit.
- CommUnity Care: Call (512) 978-9015 to make an appointment and click here for updates. COVID-19 Hotline (512) 978-8775 – for Travis County residents with COVID-19 symptoms who don’t have insurance or a doctor.
- Virtual Care for Kids
Behavioral Health Including Behavioral Virtual Care/Telehealth:
- Department of Health Social Work: Coping in Times of Uncertainty: COVID-19 Resources
- 24hr Crisis Text Line – Text “HOME” to 741741
- Integral Care: Integral Care’s 24/7 Crisis Helpline 512-472-HELP or text 741741
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline