After a massive snow storm Harrison Schools created a program to deliver meals to students when schools are closed due to inclement weather

After a massive snow storm, Harrison Schools created a program to deliver meals to students when schools are closed due to inclement weather.

Snow day meal service

One district is getting meals to hungry kids—even when inclement weather closes schools.

For most kids, a snow day is a special occasion met with major excitement. But if you rely on school for your meals, getting the day off is hardly worth celebrating. So when Winter Storm Jonas shut down schools in Harrison County, W.Va., for four days, community members started worrying about how the closures might be impacting some of the students of low-income families.

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