It wasn’t long after Alyssa Harris started teaching at Metropolis Elementary School 15 years ago that she noticed the food scarcity problem among its students.

“Just being around kids and wondering if they get to eat, what they need to eat and when they need to eat it, it kept at me. I felt it on my heart,” she said.

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