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Ten more public schools to offer free keiki meals

  • BRUCE ASATO / MARCH 22
                                Ruth Iaela-Pukahi and company showed two of the seven school meals she picked up for her seven students, including Anya Pukahi, 6, right, and Kiana Johnson- Iaela, 2, front.

    BRUCE ASATO / MARCH 22

    Ruth Iaela-Pukahi and company showed two of the seven school meals she picked up for her seven students, including Anya Pukahi, 6, right, and Kiana Johnson- Iaela, 2, front.

Ten more public school locations will start distributing free grab-and-go meals for public school students over the next week.

Breakfast will be available from 7:30 a.m. to 8 a.m. and lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. Meals are placed in containers for pick up outside the cafeteria by youth ages 18 and under.

The new schools and their first day of service are:

>> Central Oahu: Kaala and Kipapa elementary schools (today)

>> Maui District: Lokelani Intermediate School (Wednesday)

>> Leeward Oahu: August Ahrens, Barbers Point, Ewa Beach and Honowai elementary schools (Wednesday)

>> Windward Oahu: Hauula Elementary School (Wednesday)

>> Hawaii Island: Hilo Union Elementary School (April 6)

The full list of schools where the Department of Education is offering meals is available online. Nonprofit groups are also offering takeout meals for children at various other locations.

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