(WVLT) -- An Ohio middle school says it's students can no longer get Uber Eats lunch deliveries during the school day. The problem stems from parents in that community "phoning-in" their children's lunches and creating a security issue at the school with the number of deliveries.
School officials say they understand that sometimes kids can forget their lunches or moms and dads don't have time to pack them. But deliveries by unknown drivers can be disruptive and create security concerns.
The school says they will provide a cafeteria lunch to children without one, even if they don't have money. The lunch cost would then be put "on account" for moms and dads to settle-up later.
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