What do districts need to consider when implementing a breakfast after the bell program? The Partners for BIC developed these resources and tools to provide guidance for everything from menus to student activities to make your program a success.
In this report learn lessons from the successes and challenges school district grantees have faced, as well as the solutions identifed to make breakfast a success in their school district.
This resource shares tips on how schools that cannot offer free breakfast to all students can successfully implement breakfast after the bell models.
This study shares how rural school districts (big and small) are successfully implementing innovative breakfast after the bell models and community eligibility.
This best practice outlines the various ways schools can offer free breakfast to all students, maximizing participation in the program.
This best practice shares innovative ideas on how to get students excited about and eating school breakfast.
This guide helps you perform a thorough assessment of your district’s needs and readiness to implement a breakfast after the bell program.
This toolkit includes tools to help you gather and share your success stories, field surveys to students and staff, as well as hold focus groups to ensure your program is successful.
Successes and Challenges Among Schools Receiving Support from Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom
This report summarizes the benefits of breakfast after the bell, the challenges that were faced and how they were overcome, based on reporting from those who had direct experience with the program.
Executive Summary of Partners for Breakfast in Classroom’s Report ‘Beyond Breakfast: Impact of the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom’
Review this 4 page summary documenting the impact of grant dollars, sharing successful strategies, and a review of challenges and solutions while implementing BIC.
This step-by-step guide is designed help you successfully implement your breakfast after the bell program from start to finish.
Hear from a school district in GA that has had success both with a universal free model of breakfast in the classroom. A special focus on how the district utilizes data to inform decisions and tell the breakfast story.
Review this 7 page proceedings report from a pre-con session at SNA’s School Nutrition Industry Conference reviewing conversations between industry and nutrition operators.
Learn about the body of research that exists around breakfast consumption, specifically two research studies examining breakfast in the classroom.
Learn about social emotional learning and look at the connections between breakfast in the classroom. Panel members will describe the positive impact of nutrition on social emotional learning (SEL), what was learned from a study and from personal experiences. We hope that you will share your stories of how Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC) made…
Hear from child nutrition professionals discuss menu ideas, equipment suggestions, counting and claiming strategies, and new school nutrition technology.