Family Support Resources

We know unexpectedly closing schools for a long period presents certain issues for our staff and families, so we wanted to share some resources with you.

Food Resources

Student Meal Delivery

On 04/01/2020, bus delivery of food made the last run for this week as we will not be able to sustain delivery during the break. The Spring Break period starts on Friday, April 3. There will continue to be food available during this time.

Here are the spring break pickup locations >>


Hamilton County Schools appreciates the support of our bus transportation service provider First Student, independent bus contractors, school nutrition workers, transportation personnel, and the many community volunteers helping to make this effort possible!

We need you! Volunteer sign-up for bus food delivery.



Student Meal Pick-up

We have designated sites throughout the community that will provide meals for pickup for students that are in need during the closure. All meals are provided free to children ages 0-18. Families do not need to provide proof of school enrollment, income, or free/reduced lunch eligibility. Children must be present to receive the meal. Extra meals cannot be provided if additional children are not present.

For all a full list of sites within our HCS community go here.


Connect With Us!

If you are aware of additional resources please share them here.

If you would like to help, please share your information here. Our Family & Community Engagement Team will connect you to district and partner opportunities as we work together to support our students.


For updates on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and its impact on our community, visit our Coronavirus (COVID-19) web page.

Technology Resources

  • Technology Acceptable Use

    Although students aren't in school, this is still a good time to share the Technology Acceptable Use document to remind students what technology practices are not acceptable.

Continued Learning

Additional Support Services

Hamilton County Utility Announcement - COVID-19 Policy

Over the last several days, many of its regulated utility companies have informed the Commission of actions they are taking to mitigate the impacts of COVID-19 on utility employees and customers while ensuring uninterrupted operations for the continuity of safe, reliable service in their service communities. We are especially pleased to support our utilities that are taking additional, voluntary actions to assist customers during this difficult time. Such actions include suspending disconnections for nonpayment; reconnecting recently disconnected customers at no charge; suspending or waiving late fees; offering financial assistance and levelized or budget billing programs. Read more...

United Way 211
What is 2-1-1?

2-1-1 is a free and confidential service helping people across the Tennessee Valley find the local resources they need when they need them. One call to 2-1-1 connects you to someone who can help you navigate the maze of human services to get you to the help you need. 2-1-1 offers information about food, housing, employment, transportation, health services, eldercare, and other crisis hotlines. Our trained information and referral specialists can help you find resources for all of these needs and more. Simply dial 2-1-1 and stay on the line to speak with an information and referral specialist about your needs.