The Partners are currently working with school districts in target states to leverage Breakfast in the Classroom strategies to increase student participation in the School Breakfast Program, thereby reducing childhood hunger and improving health and educational outcomes for schoolchildren.

2017-2018 grantees:

2014-2016 grantees:

  • Clarke County School District, Alabama
  • Sumter County Schools, Alabama
  • Dallas County Schools, Alabama
  • Gadsden Elementary School District, Arizona
  • Scottsdale Unified School District, Arizona
  • Saddle Mountain Unified School District, Arizona
  • Altar Valley School District, Arizona
  • Houston County Schools, Georgia
  • Crisp County Schools, Georgia
  • Butts County School System, Georgia
  • Bibb County School District, Georgia
  • St. Lawrence Catholic School, Indiana
  • Fort Wayne Community Schools, Indiana
  • Pittsburg Community Schools, Kansas
  • USD 246 Northeast, Kansas
  • Scranton School District , Pennsylvania
  • Erie’s Public Schools, Pennsylvania
  • Alexandria City Public Schools, Virginia
  • Franklin City Public Schools, Virginia
  • Petersburg City Public Schools, Virginia

2012-2013 school district grantees:

  • Charleston County School District, South Carolina
  • Denver Public Schools, Colorado
  • Des Moines Public Schools, Iowa
  • Elgin School District U-46, Illinois
  • Guilford County Schools, North Carolina
  • Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky
  • Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, Kansas
  • Knox County Schools, Tennessee
  • Polk County Public Schools, Florida
  • Richmond Public Schools, Virginia

2010-2011 school district grantees:

  • Dallas Independent School District, Texas
  • Little Rock School District, Arkansas
  • Memphis City Schools, Tennessee
  • Orange County Public Schools, Florida
  • Prince George’s County Public Schools, Maryland

Through these local efforts, the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom continue to gather important data and insight regarding program impact and benefits, with hopes of moving more schools to this model approach.