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New York Consortium slide show presents how BIC can work. Show this to school cooks, principals, teachers, etc. (14 slides)
“Breakfast After the Bell” power point
Use this document from FRAC to explain to teachers how much time BIC takes and what activities can be conducted while children are eating.
The Western Dairy Association has flyers for teachers, school nutrition program professionals, principals, students, and parents on improving student learning through school breakfast.
For School Nutrition Program Professionals:
USDA’s 10 Reasons to Try Breakfast in the Classroom – a flyer to use for any group.
USDA’s website provides information for involving key stakeholders, including sample letters, etc.
The Educators’ Journey into Nutrition Education has specific information on BIC. Pull bits and pieces of this for newsletters to stakeholders. This comes from the National Dairy Council’s “Nutrition Explorations” website.
Fact Sheets on Expanding Breakfast are available for all each type of stakeholder on this website from the National Dairy Council’s “Nutrition Explorations”.
What Wisconsin teachers are saying about school breakfast
Breakfast – It’s In the Bag” provides a sample parent letter