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Fairfax County Public Schools to Serve Meals During Spring Break

Fairfax County Public Schools will keep feeding students during spring break next week.

During spring break (April 6-10), FCPS plans to offering grab and go meals at school sites, along with curbside service, according to a press release.

The hours will be from 10 a.m.- 1p p.m. Families can also get meals from the current pop-up sites and bus route drop-offs.

Meals are free for kids and $2 for adults. Families must bring their kids when requesting meals.

FCPS wants families to maintain six feet apart from each other to reduce the risk of spreading the coronavirus and to practice good hygiene before, during and after the food pick-up.

Photo via FCPS

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