As part of recovery from Irma, kindergarten through high school senior students in 48 Florida counties will get free school meals until Oct. 20.
As part of recovery from Irma, kindergarten through high school senior students in 48 Florida counties will get free school meals until Oct. 20. David Santiago Miami Herald File
As part of recovery from Irma, kindergarten through high school senior students in 48 Florida counties will get free school meals until Oct. 20. David Santiago Miami Herald File

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