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W. Va. teachers preparing for strike make sure empty classrooms won’t mean hungry students


Renee Haines; Kasey Whisel


MARTINSBURG, W. Va. (ABC7) — Schools in West Virginia are bracing for a walk-out.

Teachers across the state are threatening to strike this Thursday and Friday in a dispute over wages and insurance premiums.

But as ABC7’s Stephen Tschida found out in the video above, those same angry teachers are working right now to make sure empty classrooms won’t mean empty stomachs for students.