NEW posters! "School Breakfast, Make it Count!"
Help promote your school breakfast program by decorating your cafeteria with these new posters, just in time for Back to School.
National Dairy Council offers resources, such as sample menus and analysis that meet nutrition guidelines, to support School Nutrition Professionals in efforts to provide healthy meals to students.
Designed to help make breakfast foods available outside the cafeteria, these plays (strategies) include "grab-n-go" options, taste tests, “Hero” breakfast events with local celebrities, and more.
Midwest Dairy Council provides an extensive list of ideas and themes aimed at promoting the School Breakfast Program
Action for Healthy Kids helps Students Take Charge in a guide to help them promote school breakfast to their peers.
Child Nutrition Outreach Program, funded by the Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education, provides downloadable school breakfast materials including activities, press releases and promotionof Breakfast in the Classroom and Universal Breakfast.
USDA offers marketing ideas and resources including activities for parents and students, printable materials including newsletter inserts, template letters and newspaper articles to help increase school breakfast participation.
Breakfast Everyday strives to promote breakfast consumption to various. Resources include fact sheets, flyers, brochures and research results all aimed at supporting breakfast.