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FCPS only closed once they got approval to still serve free lunches
Posted by: Bernie would be proud ()
Date: March 13, 2020 06:26AM

They were going to risk the health of all the kids to keep the free food program going. When I was a kid the parents were responsible for providing for their kids.


https://wset.com/news/coronavirus/usda-approves-virginias-request-to-allow-meal-service-during-school-closures-due-to-virus

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Re: FCPS only closed once they got approval to still serve free lunches
Posted by: we see what's going on ()
Date: March 13, 2020 07:17AM

White parents were telling schools that they were going to keep their kids home. So the schools would have been filled with the mudskins, who use school to babysit their kids. Should have closed last Monday. My son's baseball team has 3 players out with "the flu".

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Re: FCPS only closed once they got approval to still serve free lunches
Posted by: You get who you vote for ()
Date: March 13, 2020 07:50AM

Considering that we have record low unemployment the kids whose parents have jobs have food. They were going to keep the schools open to feed the illegals.

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Re: FCPS only closed once they got approval to still serve free lunches
Posted by: Lazy fucks ()
Date: March 13, 2020 11:36PM

It’s already been proven that most “poor” in head start type programs are told by the staff what their income is to qualify.

Same with the free lunch.
Bet many parents have a newer car than mine!

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Re: FCPS only closed once they got approval to still serve free lunches
Posted by: Eddie Teach 1 ()
Date: March 14, 2020 07:46AM

Ralph Coonman the Grand Wizard of Richmond finally bowed to the pressure and ordered a two week closure. But as stated above, Brabrand was holding out until the free food train got on the tracks.

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