This best practice shows how social-emotional learning (SEL) can be incorporated into breakfast after the bell programs and the benefits that can result.
Tips for Teachers and Education Support Professionals Interested in Starting a Breakfast After the Bell Program
This best practice provides tips for teachers and education support professionals (ESPs) looking to incorporate breakfast after the bell programs and the benefits that can result.
When devastating floods left more than 90 percent of Louisiana Parish families flooded and displaced, some of them homeless. Implementing breakfast in the classroom along with the Community Eligibility Provision increased participation from 35 percent to 80 percent, and allowed all students to eat school breakfast at no cost.
After almost a decade of granting experience it’s clear to the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom that equipment was and remains a significant barrier to implementing a successful breakfast after the bell program. Learn how two of our granted districts—Alexandria City Public Schools (VA) and Garfield Heights City Schools (OH) grant dollars to upgrade…
In Houston County School District (GA), where breakfast after the bell is served for free in some schools but not others, a fresh approach was required. Student surveys and taste tests helped Houston County child nutrition staff create a fresh menu and accompanying marketing approach to maximize participation regardless of BIC model.
Learn how three Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom districts—Austin Independent School District (TX), Charleston County School District (SC), and Garfield Heights City Schools (OH)—developed and implemented scratch- and speed-scratch items for their breakfast after the bell menus. Yes, recipes are included!
This resource shares answers to frequently asked questions about breakfast after the bell models and implementation process
See how one school district used breakfast after the bell as part of coming back from a devestating flood
See how one school district worked to get the support and buy-in from all involved to create a successful breakfast after the bell program
Examples of age appropriate books to read to students during the breakfast after the bell period