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A foodservice staffer at Potomac Middle School prepares to distribute grocery bags.

District trades breakfasts and lunches for grocery bags

During virtual learning, Prince William County School District offers families bags of ingredients in lieu of premade meals.

School days don’t look like normal school days right now. So why should school meals look like normal school meals? That’s the question Adam Russo, director of school food and nutrition services for Prince William County School District in Virginia, asked himself when trying to come up with a plan to feed roughly 91,000 students and continue employing some 900 foodservice workers this fall.

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