MURFREESBORO, Tenn. (WEST) -- Kids ease out of their houses on a rainy mid-day, waiting for a retired blue bus to pull into the Rolling Acres apartment complex.
Nowadays, more than 100 Rutherford County students find their breakfasts and lunches through a new program called the CHOW bus.
Mid-state parents, who were struggling to make ends meet, don’t usually have to worry about their kids getting a good meal during the school year. Breakfast and lunch are provided daily. But summertime usually meant hardship, until Murfreesboro City Schools decided to change that.