Truth Theory:  One of the issues with the coronavirus-enforced lockdown is that school children are no longer getting access to free meals.
 For many kids around the world from impoverished families, free school meals were vital to their daily nutrition.
 In the English town of Grimsby, 34 percent of children are living in poverty, and 41 percent of children are on free school meal programs.
 That’s why the work being done by Zane Powles, assistant headteacher at Western Primary School in Grimsby, is so important.  The former soldier is hauling around a huge rucksack packed with school lunches and weighing over 18 kilograms to children in need during lockdown.
 He visits 78 children each day on his five mile journey through northeast Lincolnshire.
 Headteacher Kim Leach and another teacher are delivering a further 25 meals by car to children who stay a bit further out.
“It’s a big team effort for sure. I look like I’m doing the donkey work, but it really isn’t just me,” Powles said.
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