Severe weather threat impacts student meal service programs

Severe weather threat impacts student meal service programs
Families have been able to sign up to pick up meals from dozens of distribution locations throughout southeastern North Carolina while students are out of school amid the coronavirus pandemic. (Source: Goochland County Public Schools Twitter Page)

BRUNSWICK, N.C. (WECT) - The student meal distribution services were cancelled in Pender and Brunswick counties Monday due to the severe weather risk.

Families have been able to sign up to pick up meals from dozens of distribution locations throughout southeastern North Carolina while students are out of school amid the coronavirus pandemic.

For those still in need of meals Monday, the following school kitchens will be open from 1-3 p.m. for walk-up service: Burgaw Elementary, Penderlea School, Malpass Corner Elementary, Pender High, Heide Trask High, Topsail High and the Surf City campus.

The First Alert Weather Team is forecasting severe weather Monday, that could include isolate severe or tornadic storms and strong winds.

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