Are you thinking about implementing breakfast in the classroom in your school district? Do you need more information about alternative models for school breakfast programs? Are you interested in areas of school breakfast planning like menu planning and marketing and promotion? The new Breakfast in the Classroom Resource Center has everything you need to help and guide you as you bring breakfast in the classroom to the children in your district.
We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and we know that children who eat breakfast have better math and reading scores, better vocabularies, and perform better on standardized tests. Kids who eat breakfast focus better and behave better, they are less likely to visit the school nurse, and they are less likely to be overweight.
Here is a list of resources you will find at the Breakfast in the Classroom Resource Center: