Breakfast After the Bell Options

Hallway Grab-n-Go: Food Service workers will have a cart set up in the hallway. As the students are moving to their 1st period class, they will be able to grab breakfast from the cart to eat in their 1st period classroom. Food Service staff records the reimbursable meals taken by the students.

Breakfast Carts at Your Door: Food Service workers will travel through the hallways to groups of classrooms. Students will get their breakfast from the cart and return to their room to eat. Food Service staff records the reimbursable meals taken by the students.

Breakfast in the Classroom: Crates or delivery bags are assembled with meals by Food Service staff in the cafeteria. Students or teachers pick up the crates/bags and bring them to the classrooms. Teachers are responsible for recording meals taken by students using a classroom roster. Students eat breakfast in their classroom, and crates/bags and rosters are returned to the cafeteria. (Teachers must receive training for this method prior to service beginning. We will schedule a trainer for you.)

Second Chance Breakfast in Cafeteria: Teachers bring students through the cafeteria line as an entire class. Students can then eat in the cafeteria, or the class can bring the food up to their classroom to eat.

Breakfast in the Classroom: Crates or delivery bags are assembled with meals by Food Service staff in the cafeteria. Students or teachers pick up the crates/bags and bring them to the classrooms. Teachers are responsible for recording meals taken by students using a classroom roster. Students eat breakfast in their classroom, and crates/bags and rosters are returned to the cafeteria. (Teachers must receive training for this method prior to service beginning. We will schedule a trainer for you.)

Alternate Breakfast Service Models: Three Year Comparison

We are making progress in reaching more students by increasing access to alternative breakfast within buildings. The graphs below show the percent of buildings using Breakfast in the Classroom, and Grab-n-Go.