09 Fort Bragg SchoolThe U.S. Department of Defense Education Activity operates nine schools at Fort Bragg, serving students living on post in grades pre-K through 8. Students in grades 9 – 12, and those living off post, attend local county schools. Fort Bragg schools have a combined enrollment of about 5,000 students. Since Aug. 24, classes have been conducted remotely. When virus trends improve, the schools should start shifting students back to in-person classes. Parents who opted to enroll their children in the Virtual Academy administered by the Defense Department will continue online learning when other students head back to the classroom. Since learning from home has become the new normal for students, officials want to make sure they receive nutritionally balanced meals. “We try to promote a recipe that they would enjoy,” said Veronica Lee, Fort Bragg’s nutrition clerk. Three drive-thru feeding sites are providing both breakfast and lunch for all students up to age 18. According to foodservice staff, that equates to about 2,700 meals a day and nearly 19,000 meals a week.

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