The Feed to Achieve Act, signed into law earlier this month by West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin, will build upon efforts already underway statewide to provide free breakfast and lunch for students, officials say. "The game changer for our program and for the kids in West Virginia is the breakfast delivery strategy," said Richard Goff, executive director of the Office of Child Nutrition at the state Department of Education. "For the first time in my tenure, it makes the meal program part of the educational day. It's not an interruption. That's where we'll see the big change."
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