by: Scott McCaulley
The Branson School District has begun it’s Emergency Food Distribution Program for students not currently in class because of the closure due to the CORVID-19 Virus Outbreak.
Jill Morey, Food Services Director for the Branson School District, says in a text to Hometown Daily News that the program is for all children ages 18 and under.
3,600 packages with 14,400 to cover two days are being distributed three days a week covering covering complete meals for two days for Breakfast and Lunch.
The distribution will take place daily from 11-12 with drive thru pick-up at Buchanan Elementary School as well as meals delivered by School Buses to various locations throughout Branson on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings at the same time.
More information including School Bus drop locations can be found by clicking here.