Logan County Schools food service has adapted throughout the past two months to make sure that students in the community continue to be fed while schools have been closed.

To date, the district has given out 226,830 meals since school buildings closed, and those meals will continue through the end of June.

“It has been ever-changing and we’ve just had to adapt each week,” said Logan County food services director Jaime Fair.

Since spring break, the district has gotten into a groove and has been handing out between 23,000 and 24,000 meals every Monday.

“We’ve been giving out a whole week’s worth of meals every Monday for the past few weeks,” Fair said.

Students can come to any of the districts six schools — Adairville, Auburn, Chandlers, Olmstead, Lewisburg or Logan County High School — on Mondays between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. to pick up enough food for seven breakfasts and seven lunches.

And for those that are unable to make it to any of the schools, those meals are being delivered by the district’s bus drivers and other staff.

“It’s been overall very positive,” Fair said. “We’ve heard a lot of feedback and people are happy with the amount of food they’re getting.”

Superintendent Paul Mullins said he was proud of all the hard work the district’s staff has put into the feeding program.

“It’s hard to put into words how appreciative we are of their dedication in these uncertain times,” Mullins said. “To serve that many meals is a testament to their commitment of making sure that our students in our community are fed.”

Mullins said the district is looking into keeping the program going through July as well.

“We’d like to continue doing this for as long as we need to,” he said.