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East Haven School Lunch Program Won’t Let Kids Go Hungry

Published March 25, 2020

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Anna Donfrio and Debbie Chamberlin of Sodexo Food Service hand out meals and school packets at East Haven High School last week. Despite schools being closed due to COVID-19, the East Haven Public School Lunch Program was in full swing at the high school, as well as at Grove Tuttle Elementary School and Momauguin Elementary School. The meals offered included a free breakfast and lunch daily, with supplemental class work packets included for the various grades.


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