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Celebrate School Breakfast Week March 4-8, 2024

National School Breakfast Week (NSBW) will take place from March 4 to March 8, 2024. The theme for this year's NSBW is "Surf's Up with School Breakfast", which showcases the connection between a nutritious school breakfast and a fun active lifestyle. 

Research shows that students who eat breakfast perform better academically, exhibit better classroom behavior, and enjoy overall healthier diets.  However, many students miss out on the benefits of breakfast due to various reasons, such as lack of time, money, or appetite. The School Breakfast Program plays a critical role in filling this gap for millions of children ever school day.   

We are thrilled that 150 School Food Authorities (SFA) ordered NSBW promotional toolkits provided FREE from The New York State Education Department, Child Nutrition Program Office! (Deadline to order has passed.)

We hope you will join us in celebrating NSBW and the importance of school breakfast for our students!

Planning to participate? Let us know what you have planned!

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