Breakfast improves student outcomes
1:00 PM | Sunday, Nov 07 | Room:
Children who eat breakfast do better academically, have reduced behavior issues and are absent less often. The Children’s Hunger Alliance and Groveport Madison Local (Franklin) share alternative breakfast models districts can use to serve more students. Learn how increased breakfast participation has a positive impact on school climate and the fiscal aspects of a food service program.
manager, school & summer nutrition, Children’s Hunger Alliance
deputy superintendent, Groveport Madison Local (Franklin)