Over 200 meals delivered in Warsaw when school was out for three days in a row

Over 200 meals were delivered to school-age children in Warsaw late last week.

With many schools closed for three days in a row, children from low-income families may have been going without food.

Warsaw Community Schools Superintendent Dr. David Hoffert took to Twitter to address potential food insecurity. He said any students in need of food could contact him directly or call the Warsaw Schools speakup line.

Arrangements were then be made for the non-profit Boomerang Backpack to help.

Teachers, administrators, nurses, and bus drivers delivered meals in the community, even though school was not in session.