The Hannibal Public Schools now have plans in place for students to continue their studies and get nutritious meals while schools are closed.

School officials announced elementary students will be able to pick up lesson packets drive-up style Monday and Tuesday, March 23rd and 24th from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Middle and high school students can get their lessons online unless they need paper copies.

Also, the district will distribute breakfast and lunch to students starting Monday, March 23rd, working with Douglass Community Services to distribute USDA Summer Meal Program dinners to 22 meal pick up sites.

The Hannibal Alliance for Youth Success will be distributing Buddy Packs for eligible students who need food on weekends.

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