Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom New Year’s Eve Countdown: School Breakfast Videos!

Happy New Year’s Eve, everyone! It’s been quite a year for us here at Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom; thank you for being a part of our mission to increase access to and participation in school breakfast! We look forward to continuing our mission in 2016–check back with us in January for updates on what’s next for the Partners, plus more success stories from our schools currently serving breakfast-in-the-classroom thanks to help from the Walmart Foundation.

As a nod to the holiday, we’re going to “count down” some of our favorite breakfast-in-the-classroom and school breakfast videos for you. These videos are excellent resources, and can be very useful when presenting to stakeholders so make sure you bookmark this blog so you can come back to it in the future. Looking for more BIC assistance? Contact the Partners directly through our website.

#5: Dallas ISD Breakfast in the Classroom Rolls Out to Middle Schools

One of the original districts funded with a Partners for BIC grant, Dallas ISD now serves universal breakfast in the classroom to all students, district-wide.


#4: Breakfast in the Classroom in Prince George’s County

Another one of our original funded districts, this early video from Prince George’s County was presented by the Tray Talk Channel.


#3: Breakfast in the Classroom Video by NEA Healthy

This five-minute video gives you a look at how the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom initiative works to bring breakfast to more students across the country. Curious about who we are and what we do? This video is a great introduction!


#2: Francis Elementary School Loves Breakfast in the Classroom!

NEA Secretary-Treasurer Princess Moss visits several schools in a (spoiler alert!) two part series on BIC in Virginia. Take a peek inside this Partners for BIC-funded program at Francis Elementary.


#1: Students Love Breakfast in the Classroom!

Instead of asking us why students love breakfast in the classroom, let’s ask them!




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