Meals for students attending Hardin County Schools over spring break will be available Friday.
According to a district news release, parents of students who would like breakfast and lunch for March 30-April 3 can collect food for those meals when they pick up lunch Friday. The same is true for those who receive meals via delivery from HCS staff and those who visit the Cruisin’ Café.
Only lunches will be available on the Cruisin’ Café. All meals for those who are 18 years of age and younger are provided free.
HCS also has been distributing lunches to senior citizens and those with compromised immune systems during the COVID-19 pandemic. Next week’s lunches — for those who have requested them — also will be delivered or available for pick up Friday.
HCS cannot provide free meals to individuals older than 18. To stay in compliance with federal guidelines, adult meals are purchased by those receiving them, by family or friends or through donation.
HCS will resume its non-traditional instruction during the COVID-19 pandemic after spring break April 6.
As of today, school is expected to resume no sooner than April 20.