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LAUSD expands food distribution

Pierce College students and their families with food insecurity can benefit from an expanded program by Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). 

Grab & Go Food Centers are now open to more than only LAUSD students and their families.

The closest center to Pierce College is at John A. Sutter Middle School on Winnetka Avenue and Sherman Way. 

The Grab & Go Food Centers are open Monday through Friday from 7 to 10 a.m. at 60 LAUSD schools in the greater Los Angeles area.

(From left) Bianca Guerrero, Lyca Gonzales, Joceyln Ruiz and Byron Alavarez, members of LA’s Best put food in bags and hand them to members of the community at the Grab & Go center located outside Esteban E. Torres High School on Dozier Street on Sept. 24, 2020. Photo by Christopher Saroj.

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