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Bus driver Treva White and nutritionist Shaunté Fields deliver meals to children and their families. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the closure of all school buildings, the Seattle Public Schools Nutrition Services Department has been distributing breakfast and lunch to students through a network of 26 school sites and 43 bus routes five days a week. The meal distribution also includes additional food for weekends. Approximately 6,500 people are served per day through the program.  (Karen Ducey/Getty Images)
Bus driver Treva White and nutritionist Shaunté Fields deliver meals to children and their families. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 and the closure of all school buildings, the Seattle Public Schools Nutrition Services Department has been distributing breakfast and lunch to students through a network of 26 school sites and 43 bus routes five days a week. The meal distribution also includes additional food for weekends. Approximately 6,500 people are served per day through the program. (Karen Ducey/Getty Images)