Teachers in the Escalon Unified School District have put together work packets for students and elementary sites also distributed food this week.
District Superintendent Ron Costa said the district staff is working cooperatively with families to try and meet the variety of student needs.
“We did hand out food this week, on Wednesday,” he said of the March 18 distribution.
On Friday, March 13, all schools in San Joaquin shut down after the close of the school day. Wednesday, families were able to come and pick up the school lunches.
“We handed out over 1,900 lunches,” said Costa.
The district is also anticipating more food arriving this coming Wednesday, which will be available for student distribution on Thursday, March 26.
Lesson plans, lunch information and more is available on the district’s website; also look for updated info in the March 25 issue of The Times.