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.
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
See how one school district successfully implemented breakfast after the bell in a high school
Review a 14 page case study on PBIC funded district, Dallas Independent School District detailing the implementation of 14 elementary and middle schools during 2010-2011.
Review a 14 page case study on PBIC funded district, Memphis City Schools detailing the implementation of 14 elementary and middle schools during 2010-2011.
Review the proceedings from the Partners April 2019 Breakfast Summit.
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 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.