WV Metro News – Since the closure of public schools in West Virginia in the middle of March, food distributions to students who rely on school meals have taken various forms in the Mountain State’s 55 counties. Read.
The disparities are a problem for some food security advocates.
“When school is in session, West Virginia is a national leader making sure that West Virginia’s kids have access to breakfast and lunch,” said Seth DiStefano, policy outreach director for the West Virginia Center on Budget and Policy.
“When school is not in session, we really struggle.”
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