Jersey City schools ensure no child goes hungry during the coronavirus outbreak

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As communities adapt to the closure of schools due to the coronavirus outbreak, Jacket City Public Schools is working to guarantee no child goes hungry.

” We have the obligation to make sure that our pupils are fed and also nevertheless long it continues we will certainly see to it they are fed,” stated Franklin Walker, Superintendent of Jersey City Public Schools.

Meals, which include morning meal as well as lunch, can be gotten at the nearest Jersey City college Monday with Friday starting at 9 am to 12 pm, while schools remain shut.

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