All schools in our state are closed for two weeks. In my district, we have a high percentage of students who qualify for free and reduced lunch. As a building-level administrator, I have serious concerns about the potential welfare and well-being of our students from low-income homes during this shut-down. We have many students whom I know depend on the school's free and reduced lunch program on a daily basis, and, without which, I fear that they may go hungry. During the summers, we offer some supplemental programs, and a number of churches in the area help fulfill the need. However, My concerns regarding this issue are shared with both my colleagues within my district as well as with other administrators with whom I have spoken from neighboring districts. I am wondering if this is a concern in many schools and if there are any districts that have come up with potential solutions that will support the students but not pose unnecessary risk to those providing the assistance. Any thoughts, suggestions, or shared information from schools who have come up with a solution would be greatly appreciated!