Breakfast After the Bell can take a variety of forms, depending on what works best for individual schools and their students. Schools can, for example, choose to serve breakfast in the classroom, implement grab n’ go meal stations or offer a second c
According to a new report released today by California Food Policy Advocates (CFPA), a 10 percent expansion of California’s school breakfast program would generate $42.7 million in economic activity while creating nearly 1,000 new jobs.
Effective school breakfast programs support successful, healthy students. BreakfastFirst employs a broad but strategic array of tactics to strengthen the federal School Breakfast Program. Please join in!
Access resources to advocate and implement effective school breakfast programs. You’ll find videos, training materials, updates on funding opportunities, and information about school breakfast policy and legislation.
Goal 1: All California schools offer the School Breakfast Program. Goal 2: All California schools adopt after-the-bell breakfast models or
other practices that maximize participation. Goal 3: All school breakfasts appeal to students and promote optimal health.