Breakfast in the Classroom program begins

Students ate Greek yogurt, granola, raisins and milk on Tuesday as the Breakfast in the Classroom program expanded to more district schools, including Daniel Pearl Magnet High School. Breakfast in the Classroom is exactly what it sounds like: Students get to have cafeteria provided meals every morning at the end of their first period class.  The federally funded Breakfast in the Classroom time doesn't cut into educational time and is free to all students, including teachers who have first period classes. After the students are done eating, cafeteria workers and school staff unload the coolers containing students' breakfast on the first day of school. You can view the school's menu here. Photo by Jake Dobbs.
 Cafeteria workers and school staff unload the coolers containing students’ breakfast on the first day of school as part of the Breakfast in the Classroom program. Breakfast in the Classroom is exactly what it sounds like: Students get to have cafeteria provided meals every morning at the end of their first period class.
The federally funded Breakfast in the Classroom time doesn’t cut into educational time and is free to all students.  Photo by Jake Dobbs.

Students ate Greek yogurt, granola, raisins and milk on Tuesday as the Breakfast in the Classroom program expanded to more district schools, including Daniel Pearl Magnet High School. Breakfast in the Classroom is exactly what it sounds like: Students get to have cafeteria provided meals every morning at the end of their first period class.

The federally funded Breakfast in the Classroom time doesn’t cut into educational time and is free to all students, including teachers who have first period classes. After the students are done eating, cafeteria workers and school staff unload the coolers containing students’ breakfast on the first day of school. You can view the school’s menu here. Photo by Jake Dobbs.