These are trying times to say the least for school districts across the nation. Teachers are left scrambling, while students battle ongoing fear. 

But the Union-Endicott School District isn't letting closures prevent them from reaching their children.

"We are here for the students in our community, and we want to make sure that that message gets out to everyone. Whatever it is that you need, whether it's food, whether it's school materials, your Chromebooks, your musical instrument," said Union-Endicott School District Superintendent Nicole Wolfe.

A number of teachers in the district have begun posting fun, educational activities for their students to follow while they're home. Dozens of educational resources have also been made available on the school's website.

"We had one school do a poetry slam and they did it collaboratively with families, so it's really that connection of knowing that you have someone who cares about you on the other side and we're still here to support you," said Wolfe.

But it's not just education that the district is focusing in. The school's athletic director partnered with UHS to post daily "Fitness at Home" workouts.

"There's a lot of anxiety. You can stay inside and get some depression, but just to go outside with your family and keep your health, it's certainly very crucial at this time," said Union-Endicott School District Athletic Director Ryan Hallenbeck.

Along with online resources, more than 1,500 bags of food are being delivered to Union-Endicott families. 

"People care about this community, and so we are so proud of everyone at this point in time and moving forward and we know that we will be fine because we know that we have the community behind us. We are all working together," said Wolfe.

Schools are set to resume classes April 13, unless a new decision is made.

Union-Endicott is offering free meals to students Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. They can be picked up at the high school, Jennie F. Snapp Middle School, and Charles F. Johnson.