UNIVERSAL SCHOOL BREAKFAST AND AT-RISK AFTERSCHOOL
MEAL CASE STUDIES
CHILDREN AT RISK has reached out to school districts across the state encouraging and supporting their transition to Universal School Breakfast (USB). As part of our outreach efforts, we have developed a series of case studies featuring the best practices of school districts already implementing USB. These case studies serve as a reference and guide for districts expanding their breakfast programs and aim to provide examples of the best distribution methods seen to date in Texas. Additionally, it is CHILDREN AT RISK’s hope that this will increase communication between school districts and provide a way for districts to discover peer support among other administrators familiar with the complexities of ensuring all their students get a good nutritious start to their the day.
Each case study has the following elements to help district administrators think through the process of implementing a successful universal school breakfast program.
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