In case you missed it, we have National School Breakfast Week fever, and if it’s as contagious as we suspect it is—you do, too! We have compiled a list of some of our favorite school breakfast menus and resources—including our Beyond Breakfast Resource Center—here on the blog, so that you can see what other districts and organizations are offering to help school nutrition professionals create, build, and expand their school breakfast programs.
We would love to hear from you and learn what your favorite school breakfast menu resources are, as well as add your school district or school’s link to our list! Please feel free to add your school’s link in the comments section, or share it with us on Facebook or Twitter!
We hope you find this updated list of school breakfast menu resources helpful, and we encourage you to pass it on.
Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom
Since Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom formed, and launched pilot breakfast-in-the-classroom programs in five school districts, we have expanded into eight more. Here is a list of those districts who have posted their school breakfast menus and resources online.
- Dallas ISD, TX
- Little Rock School District, AR
- Memphis City Schools, TN
- Orange County Public Schools, FL
- Prince George’s County Public Schools, MD
- Charleston County Public Schools, SC
- Denver Public Schools, CO
- Des Moines Public Schools, IA
- Elgin School District U-46, IL
- Guilford County Schools, NC
- Jefferson County Public Schools, KY
- Kansas City Public Schools, KS
- Knox County Public Schools, TN
National Dairy Council & Fuel Up to Play 60 Menu & Recipe Resources
National Dairy Council
Fuel Up to Play 60
USDA Food & Nutrition Service
Floyd County Schools, Georgia
Our two-part interview with Lori Watson Sanders, Field Coordinator for Floyd County School Nutrition, and Johnson Elementary School Manager, was extremely popular with our readers—read part one and part two if you missed them. Lori directed us to the links for both the Floyd County school meals menus, as well as the breakfast resource page she set up for Johnson Elementary.