3 Ways Schools Celebrated "National School Breakfast Week" in 2015

Posted by Claire Turner on Mar 13, 2015 10:07:54 AM

Last week, we asked school districts across the country how they celebrated National School Breakfast Week. We had a lot of great responses and we loved seeing all your submissions! They were full of healthy food, great ideas, and happy faces.

Here are a few school districts we believe truly embraced SNA’s ‘Make the Grade with School Breakfast’ theme:

  1. La Vernia Independent School District had a fun, busy, and successful week. They harvested their school garden to cook breakfast, held a taste-testing session that featured locally-grown fruits, and even had staff members dress-up to welcome students to school.
    “There was a lot of interaction with the students throughout the week. Awesome week!” says Vicki Spessard, La Vernia Child Nutrition Director. That’s what we like to hear!

  2. Pymatuning Valley Schools got in the spirit of National School Breakfast Week with ‘Make the Grade’ t-shirts, posters, and balloons. Just look at those happy smiling faces! We loved how they kicked off the week by giving out free breakfast to all their students.
  3. The pictures from Provo City School District blew us away! The food is beautiful, bright, and most importantly... healthy. The photos feature fresh berry parfaits, raisin toast, and fruit cups.
If you think these images are lovely, just wait till you see their lunch lines!
Check out the P.C.S.D. Facebook page.

These are just a few of the many wonderful examples of schools who celebrated National School Breakfast Week. And while we thank you for your submissions, we truly want to thank you for all your hard work and dedication. Thank you for another great National School Breakfast Week and for serving our students every day!

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