Cafeteria worker Cathy Piluso hands out free meals at Bensalem High School in Bensalem, Pa., Thursday, March 19, 2020. Credit: Matt Rourke | AP

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School districts across the state are providing their students with meals even as their buildings remain closed for at least another month due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The arrangements vary from district to district, with some offering bagged lunches and breakfasts at designated pickup locations and others delivering meals to students.

The Maine Department of Education has published a map that allows parents and students to see if their local schools are offering meals.

The map is available here.

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School districts that are marked as “approved” or “in progress” are serving meals, according to the Department of Education.