With public schools closed for at least another week, Gloucester Public Schools continue to offer breakfast and lunch for students but not at each school.
Food services director Steve Patton said Tuesday that his staff served about 200 meals on Monday, including breakfasts and lunches. The meals were available for pickup at each county school both Monday and Tuesday.
Patton said to make things more efficient and to limit his staff’s interaction with the public, yesterday and going forward, meals would only be available at drive-through locations at Abingdon, Achilles and Petsworth Elementary schools and at Gloucester High School.
Monday through Wednesday, each child under the age of 18 can receive one breakfast and one lunch between 9:30 and 11:30 at any of the four school campuses. On Thursday, each child will receive two breakfasts and two lunches. Meals will not be available on Fridays.
Patton said just about all of his staff members showed up to assemble and pass out t...
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