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School Breakfast Program (SBP)
The School Breakfast Program is a federally assisted meal program that provides nutritious, low-cost or free breakfasts to students each day. Specific meal patterns and nutrition standards are required in the SBP.
- Upload Instructions
- Reimbursement Rates
- School Meal Eligibility
- Menu Planning & Meal Patterns
- Civil Rights
- Financial Management
- Professional Standards
- School Wellness Policy
- Food Safety
About the Breakfast After the Bell Nutrition Program
House Bill 13-1006 was passed in Colorado, creating the Breakfast After the Bell Nutrition Program. The purpose of the program is to offer a breakfast at no charge to each student enrolled in a public school that has seventy percent or more students who are eligible for free or reduced price meals under the National School Lunch Program.
To increase the number of low-income students receiving a healthy breakfast, the Colorado Legislature passed the Breakfast After the Bell Nutrition bill in May 2013. The program requires public schools with 70 percent or more students who are eligible for free or reduced price lunch, to offer all students a breakfast at no cost.
- Action for Healthy Kids- breakfast in the classroom
- Guide to Increasing School Breakfast Participation (PDF) - NEA Health Information Network and Share Our Strength
- First Class Breakfast in Maryland: Guide to Expanding School Breakfast (PDF) - Kaiser Permanente and the Maryland Partnership to End Childhood Hunger
- Breakfast in the Classroom - Roster Template (PDF)
- Action for Healthy Kids - welcomes schools to apply School Grants for Healthy Kids. The funding is designed to help schools create or expand school breakfast programs, pilot universal breakfast programs or enhance their physical activity programs.
- Breakfast in the Classroom - NEA Health Information Network School Breakfast Toolkit (PDF)