MORRISTOWN, NJ -  According to statistics, children are more likely to experience hunger during the summer as those families struggle to make up for lost school meals, stated Feeding America.

The organization stated that 22 million kids rely on their school lunch program for free and reduced price meals. The make sure no one in the Morris School District goes hungry during the summer, the district will be distributing "Grab & Go" meals throughout the summer.

The meals will be distributed Monday through Thursday and are available to all Morristown and Morris Township residents under 18 years of age.  The distributions take place at Morristown High School, 50 Early Street and Lafayette Learning Center, 31 Hazel Street. Lunches are handed out between 10:30am -11:30. Meals distributed on Thursday will also include a meal for Friday, said district officials.

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