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.
This resource shares answers to frequently asked questions about breakfast after the bell models and implementation process
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.
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.
Learn about the body of research that exists around breakfast consumption, specifically two research studies examining breakfast in the classroom.
Hear from child nutrition professionals discuss menu ideas, equipment suggestions, counting and claiming strategies, and new school nutrition technology.
School nutrition professionals share how they determined which financial model worked best for their breakfast in the classroom programs (i.e. universal vs. paid.)
An editable excel file to help calculate revenue from breakfast after the bell.