East Los Angeles -- Garfield High has been turned into a temporary drive-thru on weekday mornings to help feed students during the coronavirus outbreak.
The Grab & Go Center was one of 60 set up by L.A. Unified this week after the school district closed all campuses in response to the coronavirus outbreak. The district normally provides breakfast and lunch to students.
School staff and volunteers helped assemble the breakfast and lunches and handed them out to parents who drove or walked up to pick up the meals. The centers are open between 7 am to 10 am.
Aurelio Jose Barrera stopped by this morning and took pictures of the Grab & Go Center in action at Garfield High.