Students Receive Food For Spring Break

Posted: 6:04 PM, Mar 10, 2017
Updated: 2017-03-10 19:18:08-05

Middle Tennessee students in need received food for spring break, so that they wouldn't go hungry during Spring Break, when they aren't getting school meals.

Two Rivers Middle Prep and a dozen community partners started accepting donations at the start of the school year.

Snacks like Pop-Tarts, Goldfish, ravioli and Vienna Sausages will be given to students in the McGavock school cluster, which consists of 30 schools.

"From our 12 community partners, all of our community partners gathered together and created 780 food bags for all the students for the McGavock cluster that are homeless," said Nicole Vaughn.

The snacks come in a large clear Ziplock so that students can choose the snacks of their choice.