MUSKEGON, Mich. — Orchard View Schools in Muskegon is just one of several districts making it a priority to ensure students are being fed healthy meals while out class.
So far, the district has given out 26,000 meals since the governor shut down the schools.
Meals are given out every Tuesday from 12:30-2:30 p.m. in the parking lot of Orchard View High School, 16 N Quarterline Road, in Muskegon.
Anyone under the age of 18, or adults with a disability under 26 can pick up meals. All you have to do is pull up, use your hands to tell them how many differents sets of meals you need, and volunteers will load them directly into your trunk.
Each kit comes with enough food for seven days.