Valuable materials from partners committed to better childhood nutrition.
Toolkit Materials to help you create an alternative breakfast program in your school.
Brochure Remove the roadblock to Learning –
Serve Breakfast in the Classroom.
Read more here.
Letters of Support Many organizations have endorsed
Alternative Breakfast Service Models.
Read their statements here.
Menus Check out sample menu options here.
A Fresh Start with School Breakfast Menu Helps ease the transition for school menu planners by providing student-friendly two-weekcycle menus that can fit into any style of breakfast operation (Grab and Go, Hot line, and Breakfast in the Classroom) while meeting the new standards.
Community Eligibility Provision Community eligibility is the newest opportunity for schools with high percentages of
low-income children to provide free breakfast and lunch to all students. It increases participation by children in the school meal programs, reduces labor costs for
schools, and increases federal revenues. Read more about it here (from FRAC).
FRAC Breakfast in the Classroom Infographic The Food Research and Action Center (FRAC) has released an infographic on Breakfast in the Classroom. Research demonstrates the links between school breakfast and better student achievement. Learn more about the benefits of breakfast and spread awareness with this infographic.