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Mike Sullivan, assistant Storm Lake elementary principal, passes out a lunch Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at West Ninth Street Park in Storm Lake, Iowa. The Storm Lake Community School District started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Kellie Anderson, principal of early childhood programs and special education director, passes out a lunch Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in a parking lot at an apartment complex in Storm Lake, Iowa. The Storm Lake Community School District started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Mike Sullivan, assistant Storm Lake elementary principal, rings a triangle to draw attention while walking down a street in a northside neighborhood to give away lunches Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Storm Lake, Iowa. The Storm Lake Community School District started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Mike Sullivan, assistant Storm Lake elementary principal, left, and superintendent Stacey Cole, knock on a door at a home where children live while giving away lunches Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Storm Lake, Iowa. The Storm Lake Community School District started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Mike Sullivan, assistant Storm Lake elementary principal, left, and Kellie Anderson, principal of early childhood programs and special education director, right, stop a car carrying children to give them free lunches Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Storm Lake, Iowa. The Storm Lake Community School District started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Food service worker Ashley Keene passes bags of food through the window of a car driven by Erika Petersen Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at a drive-up lunch distribution at Storm Lake High School in Storm Lake, Iowa. The school district started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Food service workers, from left, Ashley Keene, Barb Phillips, Amber Flores and Tina Hansen pass out lunches Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at a drive-up lunch distribution at Storm Lake High School in Storm Lake, Iowa. The school district started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Storm Lake Community School District Superintendent Stacey Cole, waves to children walking down a street while passes out lunches Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Storm Lake, Iowa. The school district started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Food service worker Ashley Keene passes out a lunch Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at a drive-up lunch distribution at Storm Lake High School in Storm Lake, Iowa. The school district started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Food service worker Tina Hansen keeps a tally of how many meals have been handed out Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at a drive-up lunch distribution at Storm Lake High School in Storm Lake, Iowa. The school district started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Food service worker Ashley Keene hands bags of food to a motorist as she and Tina Hansen, left, and Barb Phillips work Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at a drive-up lunch distribution at Storm Lake High School in Storm Lake, Iowa. The school district started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Mike Sullivan, assistant Storm Lake elementary principal, left facing camera, and Kellie Anderson, principal of early childhood programs and special education director, right, and superintendent Stacey Cole, far left, give away lunches in the middle of a Storm Lake street Tuesday, March 17, 2020, in Storm Lake, Iowa. The Storm Lake Community School District started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

Workers prepare lunches for distribution Tuesday, March 17, 2020, at Storm Lake High School in Storm Lake, Iowa. The Storm Lake Community School District started free distribution of breakfasts and lunches Monday to anyone under 18 to help feed youth who would otherwise be missing meals in the wake of the schools' closure over COVID-19 pandemic concerns. Lunchtime Solutions, the district's meal contractor, made 1,200 sack lunches for distribution Tuesday.

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