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Breakfast Week 2013


Celebrate National School Breakfast Week March 4-8, 2013!
What is one thing that parents can do to ensure that their student is ready to learn, better able to maintain a healthy weight and have fewer discipline problems in school? Simply make sure students eat a healthy breakfast each day.
The benefits of a healthy breakfast are virtually endless and can make significant impact in classrooms each day. Students who eat a healthy breakfast at home or at school:
  • Are better able to concentrate in the classroom
  • Score higher on standardized tests
  • Visit the nurse’s office less often
  • Are better able to maintain their weight
 
If there’s no time at home, students can eat breakfast at school each day!
Each March, we celebrate breakfast with National School Breakfast Week. This year’s theme is ‘Be a Star with School Breakfast’.  Eating a wholesome breakfast each morning will help students shine. Join us in each of our school cafeterias during this special week to learn a little more about school breakfast.
School Breakfast FAQ’s
Is breakfast available at all schools?
Yes, all schools who provide lunch service also serve breakfast. Check with your student’s school for breakfast serving times.
What is the cost of breakfast?
Breakfast costs $1.30 at elementary and $1.40 at secondary. Students who qualify for free or reduced-price lunch can also receive breakfast at no cost.
Stay tuned to see what events will occur in your breakfast during this week! And, remember school breakfast is available each day. There’s no excuse for no breakfast.
NSBW Backpack Brochure1.pdf
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