WOODLAND — Staff members at Woodland Public Schools were thrilled to be greeted by students and families who made signs to cheer them on as they made their daily delivery of more than 2,000 meals on May 1. “It’s great being on the bus and seeing how happy families are to see us,” Tiffany Wear, behavior support specialist for the KWRL Transportation Cooperative, said in a news release. The district provides free meals each weekday for children 18 years of age and younger throughout the district’s service area. Families can choose to pick up “grab-and-go” meals from Woodland Middle School from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. each weekday or take delivery of both breakfast and lunch once each day at their nearest bus stop. There is no enrollment required for meal delivery; families just need to be present at their nearest bus stop at the scheduled delivery time. Families may find their estimated delivery time by visiting www.kwrl.org.