NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — As the COVID-19 crisis continues, Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS) has continued taking care of its students by serving them meals. They've served over 88,000 since March 23.
In a tweet, MNPS announced they have served 88,224 meals for children since their district nutrition and transportation staff started delivering the meals to Nashville neighborhoods.
On Thursday alone, MNPS says they served 14,994 meals.
More information on the free meals MNPS is offering to students during this time can be found here.
What is the rebound?
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