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Stay-at-home order will not impact OCPS free meal program for kids

New hours for the program will start at 10 a.m. on Friday

More than 88,500 grab-n-go meals served to Central Florida students in first day of program
More than 88,500 grab-n-go meals served to Central Florida students in first day of program

ORANGE COUNTY, Fla. – The stay-at-home order will not impact the Orange County Public Schools Grab and Go free meal program for kids 18-years-old and younger.

[RELATED: Osceola joins Orange County issuing stay-at-home order to prevent spread of coronavirus]

The school district posted a list of the 50 sites.

Starting Friday, the hours will be adjusted to 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

[REALTED: Here’s how Central Florida schools plan to tackle distance learning during the coronavirus outbreak]

The district said teachers will continue to work from home.

Teachers will be available for student interaction for a minimum of three hours each day, according to the district.

[RELATED: Amid stay-at-home order, find out if Orange County considers your job essential]

Orange County posted a list of essential businesses to stay open during the stay-at-home order.

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