Fairfax County Public Schools has changed the time for its grab and go meal sites at 34 school locations.
Starting Tuesday, March 24, FCPS will have the meals available from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The altered times will not affect the breakfast and lunch availability, according to FCPS.
Families can also find breakfast and lunch at 10 pop-up locations around the county and bus stop locations in several school neighborhoods. The complete list is available online, along with an online map created by the county to find food distribution sites.
Curbside pickup is only available at Westgate Elementary in Falls Church and Oak View Elementary in Fairfax from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
Meals are free for kids and $2 for adults. Families must bring their kids when requesting meals.
Photo via FCPS
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