A number of schools in Kentucky have been struggling to stay afloat as their supply chains are struggling.
One school in Shelby County, Kentucky, was forced to close on Monday.
A report from the Shelby County Board of Education said that the Shelby Valley School District was facing a funding shortfall of nearly $100,000 because of its lack of supply chains.
The district has been unable to find enough food to feed its students.
“We’re going to be struggling,” Shelby Valley Superintendent, Mike McQueen said, according to WKYT.
“We don’t have enough to feed the students.
We’re having to go outside to get food.”
In Kentucky, the number of students enrolled at the state’s four largest public schools has fallen by more than 1,000 students in the past four years, according the report.
In 2015, Kentucky had more than 2.6 million students enrolled.