Greenwich restaurant offers to deliver food to high school students

GREENWICH - A Greenwich restaurant is hoping to help out some high school students and cash in on a potentially large lunch crowd at the same time.

Chicken Joe's in the Cos Cob section of Greenwich says it is now offering to deliver to Greenwich High School since students are no longer allowed to drive to school.

Parking space is limited at the school because the primary staff lot is closed while crews clear contaminated soil.  Seniors aren't allowed to park on campus for now, so driving to lunch is unlikely for most.

Students say they're glad to have the option to order out even though there is a $15 minimum order for deliveries.

Greenwich students reminded not to drive

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