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An assistant gym teacher at Navarre provided approximately 100 meals to students on Friday.
Kartika Putman spent her own money and used her own kitchen to make a sloppy joe lunch for children.
Members of Navarre's food and nutrition team were also there helping out.
Families stopped by her home today to pick up the meals, which also included chips, homemade brownies, fruit snacks and water.
With it being Good Friday and Easter approaching Putman says this is her way of providing an "Easter basket."
“After they eat their stuff they might have something for tomorrow. You know it’s Easter, Easter baskets you know so. Somebody might have not got a basket so I just thought I’d put a bunch of little snacks in there for them to enjoy for the rest of the day," Putman said.
Putman hopes others will pay it forward and possibly do the same thing in their neighborhood.