Win Prizes for Increasing School Breakfast Participation

We've been singing the praises of School Breakfast for years because it's good for students - for their academics and their health - AND good for schools.

This March, we are encouraging all our client schools that offer breakfast to increase the number of students eating school breakfast. Let's see how much we can move the needle in a single month!

For added incentive, we're offering the prizes below based on the percentage increase over the  average daily participation the week of January 9-13*. WIN-WIN! Schools earn increased revenues and a valuable prize for their food service programs. 

10% increase

20% increase

30% increase

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11”x17” Dry Erase Boards

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*The fine print: Eligible schools must have at least 40 students participating in school breakfast prior to the contest. One prize per school. Prizes subject to change based on availability. If one of the above is not available, a substitute of comparable value will be offered.

We'll be by your side to help you throughout the month. To support your efforts, don't forget about:

  • Exciting new breakfast menu items!
  • National School Breakfast Week March 6-10 - There are lots of activities and resources available for free from the School Nutrition Association
  • Cafeteria Connection breakfast edition for you to share with parents. You can download it from the "Resources" section of our client website.
  • NEW! Social media graphics and suggested post copy to use anytime to promote school breakfast. They're available to download from the "Resources" section of our client website.

If there are other ways we can support your school breakfast program, please talk with your Client Services Manager.

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“Kids love the food. They are so fascinated, so excited for the menu. They like that they have different choices for foods and veggies. Even the staff love the food.”
Fardos Jama : Twin Cities International Schools