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
Review the proceedings from the Partners April 2019 Breakfast Summit.
This guide helps you perform a thorough assessment of your district’s needs and readiness to implement a breakfast after the bell program.
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.
Hear from child nutrition professionals discuss menu ideas, equipment suggestions, counting and claiming strategies, and new school nutrition technology.
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)
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)
Equipment can make all the difference to the success of a breakfast-in-the-classroom program, from menu development to delivery method. Your kitchen equipment is a big factor in determining the types of foods you can prepare, hold, deliver, and serve to the classroom. As you plan what your BIC program will look like, you may find…
Seeing is Believing: Direct Delivery Breakfast in the Classroom Photo Essay from Woodridge Elementary
This is the second in a multi-part series about our visit to DeSoto ISD to observe breakfast in the classroom. Don’t forget to follow our friends in DeSoto on Facebook and Twitter, and check back soon for the third part in this ongoing series. If you read the first part in our series about breakfast-in-the-classroom…