Tenn. high school opens food pantry for students

04/11/2012 | WTVF-TV (Nashville, Tenn.)

A high school in Nashville, Tenn., has established a food pantry for students who might not have access to food at home. The food pantry -- contained in a classroom closet -- provides for about 40 students each weekend. "They eat breakfast. They eat lunch here. And then they leave and that's sometimes the only meals that they get," said Andrew Davis, assistant principal of Hunters Lane High School.

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