As part of the effort to expand school breakfast to students across New Jersey, Advocates for Children of New Jersey each year publishes data on how many low-income students are receiving breakfast in every district with 20 percent or more children eligible for free/reduced-price breakfast. We hope people will use these statistics to identify districts that have low participation and to convince school officials that moving to breakfast after the bell makes sense for their students, their school community and the state as a whole. We have also calculated the amount of additional federal dollars school districts would receive if 100 percent of eligible children participated. Read previous school breakfast reports.
|District Data by CountyTo find out how your school district is doing in serving eligible kids, click on your respective county below.|