Innovative School Breakfast Programs
Schools can explore a variety of ways to serve school breakfast allowing more students the opportunity to eat a regular morning meal. The outcome is that students benefit from eating a healthy breakfast every school day.
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|Breakfast in the Classroom||Breakfast is delivered to the classroom by Child Nutrition staff, school staff or students. Breakfast is incorporated into academic instructional time.|
|Grab n’ Go||Handheld breakfast items are served. Items can be bagged or packaged for quick pick up. Students can eat breakfast in the cafeteria, classroom or another location on school campus.|
|Satellite Breakfast or Breakfast Kiosk||Breakfast is served in a high traffic area away from the cafeteria (i.e., school bus or carpool dropoff, parking lot, entrance, or hallway).|
|Breakfast Break||Breakfast is served after first period or at a scheduled time later in the morning.|
|Second Chance Breakfast||Breakfast is served after first period or at a scheduled time later in the morning for students who miss breakfast before school.|
|Breakfast on the Bus||Breakfast is served and eaten on the bus on the way to school.|
|Universal Breakfast||School districts with a higher percentage of students who are eligible for free and reduced price meals are able to balance expenses and reimbursement to offer breakfast at no charge to all students regardless of income.|