TALLADEGA -- The Talladega City Schools have successfully completed the first phase of providing meals during the protracted break due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Superintendent Tony Ball said an exact figure was not available Tuesday afternoon, but he estimated that some 4,800 breakfasts and lunches were distributed Tuesday, the first day after the hiatus
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“Things went very well, no glitches, which was because of the work of (THS Principal) Dr. Darius Williams and Child Nutrition Program Directory Melody Bailey. They were the ones that really made this happen. I was just there working, stuffing bags with everybody else.”
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