The Grab and Go lunches for Navasota ISD, which had been ongoing since the start of the pandemic in March, ended on Friday.
But, that is not after the district and it’s food nutrition staff served over 46,000 lunches to the kiddos of the community.
“That went a long way. Parents were struggling with kids at home, a lot were having to stay home because of coronavirus, and there was a lot of uncertainty at that time. We feel like the cafeteria workers were heroes at that time, because they were coming in, preparing these meals for our students with a smile…and they were putting themselves out there,” said Assistant Superintendent of Operations for Navasota ISD Dr. Ronnie Gonzales.
That program ended on Friday, October 30th. The district resumed full- in-person instruction two weeks ago, which resulted in a slow down of the Grab and Go. The district resumed the program for two additional weeks, but decided to shut it down due to lack of use.
Any questions, or beyond, can be directed to the district at 936-825-4200.