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Figuring out how to feed kids when they're not in school

Original post made on Jun 1, 2021

The pandemic forced most school districts to rethink how they feed children and what role schools should play in combating child hunger during the school day, even while kids weren't physically in their care.

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Posted by chewie
a resident of University South
on Jun 2, 2021 at 6:14 pm

chewie is a registered user.

I remember the old days when we were starting off and had very little, our neighbor said that they used to drive a supply truck full of groceries to impoverished areas and people would come to pick up the food. I think this would help those who can not drive to remote areas to pick up food. An ice cream truck full of food and not ice cream would help some people.


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