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Bus driver Treva White and nutritionist Shaunté Fields deliver meals to children and their families. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the closure of all school buildings, the Seattle Public Schools Nutrition Services Department has been distributing breakfast and lunch to students through a network of 26 school sites and 43 bus routes five days a week. The meal distribution also includes additional food for weekends. Approximately 6,500 people are served per day through the program.
Bus driver Treva White and nutritionist Shaunté Fields deliver meals to children and their families. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the closure of all school buildings, the Seattle Public Schools Nutrition Services Department has been distributing breakfast and lunch to students through a network of 26 school sites and 43 bus routes five days a week. The meal distribution also includes additional food for weekends. Approximately 6,500 people are served per day through the program. (Karen Ducey/Getty Images)

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