With Spring Break week upon us, the Grayson County School District has scaled back its popular meal delivery service to two days this week.
Since the district began providing the service on March 16, it has served about 25,000 meals and is currently averaging (approximately) 2,000 meals served per day, according to Superintendent Doug Robinson. The service is provided Monday through Friday and anyone 18-years-old and younger are eligible.
Grayson County Schools Food Service Director Kristy Hodges, who, along with food service workers and transportation providers have been profusely praised by Robinson for the outstanding job the team has done feeding Grayson County’s youth, said on Friday that since meal deliveries would be made only two days this week food service workers will “stock you up with three days’ worth of food each time.”
The result — On Monday, the meal delivery program served … 9,204 meals, Robinson said, evoking a “Wow” from the superintendent, as the district continues to keep food in the stomachs of Grayson County students. #GraysonCountyStrong, indeed.
The meal delivery service will again distribute food on Thursday. Find the delivery routes below:
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