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 chance breakfast during a mid-mornin
District Enrollment & Demographics (2011-12) Over 664,000 students enrolled More than 650 school sites, including 448 elementary schools Provision 2 used at many sites Nearly 80 percent of enrolled students are eligible for free or reduced price meals What and Where Los Angeles Un
Where Fremont Federation of High Schools in Oakland Unified School District (OUSD) – a single campus housing three high schools. Enrollment & Demographics (2010-11) 1,100 students enrolled Over 80 percent of enrolled students are eligible for free or reduced price school mea
District Enrollment & Demographics (2010-11) Approximately 25,000 students enrolled 40 school sites, including 24 elementary schools Provision 2 used at all sites except for one high school 79 percent of enrolled students are eligible for free or reduced price meals What and Where
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.