School may not be in session this week, but the faculty and staff of Prescott School District are working hard to ensure the children in their community receive meals.
Faculty and staff met this morning to prepare meals to be offered at no cost to children age 18 and younger. School buses ran their regular routes delivering meals to these children as well as others who do not normally ride a bus. Faculty and staff rode buses and passed out meals, stopping as needed.
Prescott Superintendent Robert Poole’s top priority is always the safety and welfare of students. Poole says, “If we can reach out and help during a time of need, we always will. I am grateful we are able to offer this service to our community.”
The district will continue to offer this service for the remainder of the week thru Thursday.