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Mississippi schools to stay closed through April 17, says Gov. Reeves

Mississippi schools to stay closed through April 17, says Gov. Reeves

JACKSON, Miss. (WLOX) - Gov. Tate Reeves is calling for schools in Mississippi to keep their doors closed through April 17. The announcement came during a press conference Reeves held via Facebook Live Thursday morning. I'm going live to answer your questions about COVID-19 and the state's response.

Grab & Go Lunch
PLEASE NOTE TIME CHANGE
The Long Beach School District will continue to serve free breakfast and lunch to all children ages 18 and younger during the week of April 6 – 10, which was designated as the Spring Break.
Meals may be picked from 10:30 through 12:30 via the bus lane on the west side of Quarles Elementary at Reeves Street. A member of the School Nutrition Staff will bring meals to your vehicle.
Adults may purchase a lunch for $3.00 with exact change being required, no exceptions.
Two options will be offered daily.


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