The NJ Breakfast After the Bell law mandates schools in high-poverty districts provide breakfast at the start of the school day beginning in September 2019.
Tag: Child nutrition
A survey reveals that children might go hungry without the nutrition they receive through the federal Child and Adult Care Food Program
The rise in federal dollars in NJ communities helped to feed more hungry children. Find out how you can help feed more hungry children.
Read FRAC 2016-2017 School Breakfast Scorecard and a new report on how to make school breakfast work in large school districts.
Breakfast after the bell is very doable, but school leaders must have the will to embrace it. And that’s where local advocates come in – by bringing this issue to the attention of school boards, superintendents, parents and others in the school community.