Program takes advantage of short morning break to add to morning meal counts
At the Hemet (CA) USD east of Los Angeles, some 1,600 more elementary students were getting breakfast at school at the end of the last school year than at the beginning, a more-than-50-percent increase. The reason: the district's new “second chance breakfast” program, which takes advantage of a 20-minute recess break around 9 a.m. each day to offer children a breakfast meal after school has already started for the day. The offerings include the whole range of breakfast items available ...
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