Making breakfast part of the regular school day changes kids’ lives.
Research shows that school breakfast is good for kids, classrooms and communities.
Making breakfast a part of the school day increases access to breakfast so more hungry kids get fed.
Expanding the school breakfast program takes a coordinated effort.
The School Breakfast Program is administered by USDA Food and Nutrition Service.
The Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) enables high-need schools to serve breakfast and lunch to all students at no cost to them.
School breakfast challenges can be an effective strategy for raising awareness and interest in school breakfast.
Learn more about No Kid Hungry's School Breakfast Leadership Institute - an annual convening of school breakfast change makers .
Learn about schools that have expanded their breakfast programs and the successes they've seen as a result.