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Changes Announced for ‘No V.I. Child Goes Hungry’ Initiative on St. Croix

The Department of Education will begin meal distribution to V.I. students on Thursday. (Shutterstock image)
Department of Education operations in the ‘No V.I. Child Goes Hungry’ Feeding Initiative on St. Croix will change (Shutterstock image)

With the reopening of some St. Croix public schools for in-person learning, operations in the ‘No V.I. Child Goes Hungry’ Feeding Initiative on St. Croix will change, effective Tuesday, March 2.

Breakfast and lunch distribution will be permanently discontinued at community centers:

  • Williams Delight Villas Community Center
  • Renholdt “Rookie” Jackson Ballpark, Estate Whim
  • D.C. Canegata Multipurpose Center (outside)

All other meal distribution sites remain open and will serve students enrolled in in-person learning and those who are learning from home.

Updated St. Croix District Meal Distribution Sites (9 a.m. until supplies last for families who are picking up)

  • Alfredo Andrews Elementary School
  • Arthur A. Richards K-8 School
  • Claude O. Markoe Elementary School
  • Eulalie R. Rivera K-8 School
  • John H. Woodson Junior High School
  • Lew Muckle Elementary School
  • Juanita Gardine K-8 School
  • Ricardo Richards Elementary School
  • St. Croix Central High School
  • St. Croix Educational Complex High School
  • Pearl B. Larsen K-8 School – (not a meal distribution site; only students doing in-person learning will receive meals at the school)
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