Here is where students in the Kingston City School District can get free food.

With schools closed and parents having a difficult time providing breakfast and lunch for their children during these challenging times many school districts have set up locations for families to go to for school provided breakfast and lunch and we can now add Kingston schools to list.

According to the Kingston Police Department Facebook page, they wrote, "beginning on Wednesday, March 18, KCSD will provide our families with free to-go breakfast and lunches Monday-Friday from 11am-1pm. We will be distributing these meals at John F. Kennedy Elementary School and J. Watson Bailey Middle School. Students who attend any KCSD school are welcome to stop by either of these two locations for breakfast and lunch items. You may walk or use our drive-through curb side service."

If you are planning on going for breakfast or lunch or both, the addresses are as follows, John F. Kennedy Elementary School is at 107 Gross St, Kingston, and J. Watson Bailey Middle School is at 118 Merilina Ave, Kingston.

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