Officials with the Caldwell County School System are still working to feed both the stomachs and minds of all students amid extended closures to quell the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19)
Superintendent Nate Huggins says even though students are not physically going to school educators are continuing to provide learning opportunities.
He adds that Director of Food Services Will Brown, cafeteria workers, and bus drivers, are still actively providing over 1,000 meals a day to students in need but more meals can be delivered.
Huggins notes that thanks to local ministries they will be able to feed students throughout Spring Break, April 6th through 10th.
For a full list of designated pick-up locations and more instructions on how to sign your child up to receive a school meal during the extended closure you can click here or visit the school district’s website here.