This is a guest blog by Wendy Y. Robinson, Ed.D., superintendent of Fort Wayne, Indiana, Community Schools.
This is the third in a three-part series by guest blogger Janet Poppendieck, author and Professor Emerita of Sociology at Hunter College, City University of New York, on the history of the School Breakfast Program.
This is the second in a three-part series by guest blogger Janet Poppendieck, author and Professor Emerita of Sociology at Hunter College, City University of New York, on the history of the School Breakfast Program.
Recent Publications & DataSee More Resources
Child and Adult Care Food Program: Average Daily Participation, Meals Served, and Cash Reimbursements, FY 2016Read the report
This toolkit provides guidance to principals in how to effectively partner with their school nutrition department to bring “grab-and-go” breakfast, second-chance breakfast, or breakfast in the classroom programs to their schools.Learn more
Information for sponsors and supporters on establishing logistics for this year’s Summer Nutrition Programs. Part of FRAC’s Summer Nutrition Programs Implementation Calendars and Guide.Download the toolkit
- Fact Sheet
Includes information on: How to Implement the Afterschool Nutrition Standards of Excellence; Levels of Excellence; Evaluating Sites; Acknowledging Quality Site; Build on Success: Take Afterschool Nutrition to the Next Levels; Ensure Access to Quality Food throughout the Year; Levels of Excellence checklists.Read more