W.Va. adopts free, universal school-meal program

05/8/2013 | WHAG-TV (Hagerstown, Md.)

West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin visited an elementary school in Berkeley County on Wednesday to sign the Feed to Achieve Act into law. The goal is for the law to ensure that all students have access to free breakfasts and lunches at school throughout the year. Tomblin said schools that already have adopted such universal, free meal programs have seen improvements in student achievement.

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