Opelika City Schools will begin providing free meals to students on Monday, March 23 for children 18 years old and under, according to a release from Opelika City Schools.
Carver Primary School and Opelika High School will serve meals from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
No paperwork is required to receive these meals and they are open to anyone age 18 or younger, regardless of what school they attend. Children must be present to receive a meal.
Schools will be set up for pick-up service only, and no meals will be consumed at the schools, according to a release from Opelika City Schools.
Meals at Carver Primary School located at 307 Carver Avenue will be distributed at the back of the school. Meals at Opelika High School located at 1700 Bulldog Parkway will be distributed under the front canopy. Signs will be in place at each location to direct drivers.
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