Brought to you by Partners
for Breakfast in the Classroom

Local Stories

The Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom are currently working with ten public school districts nationwide.  Their goal is to leverage the Breakfast in the Classroom strategies to increase student participation in the federally-funded School Breakfast Program, thereby reducing childhood hunger and improving health and educational outcomes for schoolchildren.

2012-2013 Participating school districts:

Charleston County School District, South Carolina
Denver Public Schools, Colorado
Des Moines Public Schools, Iowa
Elgin School District U-46, Illinois
Guilford County Schools, North Carolina
Jefferson County Public Schools, Kentucky
Kansas City Kansas Public Schools, Kansas
Knox County Schools, Tennessee

**Two additional districts are yet to be finalized

2010-2011 Participating school districts:

Dallas Independent School District, Texas
Little Rock School District, Arkansas
Memphis City Schools, Tennessee
Orange County Public Schools, Florida
Prince George’s County Public Schools, Maryland

Through these local efforts, the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom continue to gather important data and insight regarding program impact and benefits, with hopes of moving more schools to this model approach.  

Media Highlights

The Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom hosted kick off events in each of the participating public school districts to give media and local officials an opportunity to see the program first hand.

Click here to see what the media is saying.


Breakfast in the Classroom
is funded by the
Walmart Foundation

Why It's Needed

There are more than 25 million children in our nation’s elementary and middle schools, many of whom come to school hungry.

How It Works

The Breakfast in the Classroom initiative takes the traditional school breakfast approach and improves it with one key ingredient: the classroom.

Local Stories

The Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom are working today with 15 public school districts nationwide.

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