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Whatcom schools move to expand free meals

Free breakfast, lunch might become universal

Food service assistant Jessica Johnson hands out trays of chicken nuggets and garlic bread for students at Alderwood Elementary School on Oct. 17. All students at Alderwood and at 13 other Bellingham schools receive free lunches under the Community Eligibility Provision through the USDA.
Food service assistant Jessica Johnson hands out trays of chicken nuggets and garlic bread for students at Alderwood Elementary School on Oct. 17. All students at Alderwood and at 13 other Bellingham schools receive free lunches under the Community Eligibility Provision through the USDA. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
Following the repeal of universal free school lunches during the COVID-19 pandemic, more students an
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