Though school buildings are closed, districts are still providing meals to needy students

By Luke Shealy

Buncombe County School employees load a bus with free breakfasts and lunches that will be delivered to pick-up locations for students who lack access to a consistent food source at home. (Luke Shealey/Carolina Connection)

While public school buildings are no longer filled by students and teachers, many are still providing an essential community service: breakfast and lunch. Schools across North Carolina moved to remote instruction beginning March 16 in response to COVID-19. However, they are still working to deliver free meals to students.

Luke Shealy reports.

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