Webster County Schools announced on Thursday that they would be making changes to the food service meal delivery effective immediately, and also announced that the closing of Webster County Schools would continue at least through April 10th.

Beginning on Monday, March 16, school bus drivers were driving their regular routes daily to deliver meals to Webster County students. A press release issued by superintendent Rhonda Callaway on Thursday announced that beginning on Monday, March 23, drivers would begin delivering a week's worth of meals at once.

The change will also affect walkers and car riders. Those students will need to pickup their entire week's worth of meals on Monday at the following locations between 11a.m. and noon.

Sebree – Gym Door 
Clay – Car Rider Drop Off 
Providence – Cafeteria Door 
Annex – Band Door

Parents are asked to visit the following link to make sure district officials can get an accurate count and delivery the right number of meals: 

Callaway also announced that the closure of schools due to COVID-19 would be extended from two weeks to four.
"Webster County Schools will continue to be closed through April 10th," she stated. "It is important for your child to continue with their Link2Learn school work and stay in contact with their teachers.  Daily reading is extremely important for students and we encourage reading every day for at least 20 minutes."