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.
School nutrition professionals share how they determined which financial model worked best for their breakfast in the classroom programs (i.e. universal vs. paid.)
Learn ways to develop your persuasive talking points to garner support for a sustainable BIC program.
Grantees share with peers ideas on marketing breakfast after the bell programs.
Grantees share lessons learned on setting up breakfast after the bell success in secondary schools.
An editable excel file to help calculate revenue from breakfast after the bell.
Hear grantees share challenges and successes on menu planning and innovative ways to serve hot food through grab and go or direct delivery.
Learn about the background of the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom and hear from some granted school nutrition operators about how funds have had an impact in their school districts.
Walk through the school building with the child nutrition director as she, along with stakeholders, determines what equipment needs can support the breakfast program. (Video length: 4 minutes, 3 seconds)
After determining financial viability of a breakfast after the bell program, follow the nutrition director as she meets with different stakeholders to address concerns and to get buy-in BEFORE implementation. (Video length: 5 minutes, 20 seconds)
Follow along with the child nutrition director as she, along with stakeholders, weighs the pros and cons of different delivery options. (Video length: 3 minutes, 46 seconds)
Follow along with a child nutrition director who wants to begin a breakfast in the classroom program in an elementary school. Her number crunching can assist you as you work through your own program financials. (Video length: 4 minutes, 30 seconds)