Jefferson County (Ky.) is one of five districts nationwide to take part in the Breakfast in the Classroom program.
The Federal Trade Commission’s new study founds kids’ snacks showed little nutritional improvement between 2006 and 2009; cereals were “least nutritious.”
McFarland's programs resulted in a 10% increase in participation across the district.
Renovations will take campuses from open lunch to closed.
Even affluent districts have been fighting poor health reports.
Revolution Foods will be new foodservice provider despite legal questions by predecessor.
Drops are small but still significant in the war against weight.
Snack line is most popular after meal reg changes.
Sixty-one percent of students qualify for free or reduced lunches.
School cafeteria employee fired, then rehired, for doing "the right thing." But was her solution to a problem the right one?
Board of Education approved resolution to include education as part of lunchtime.
Local program funded by state grant.
For schools, this proves challenging.
The kids who sand "We Are Hungry" in viral video are happy with USDA changes.
Hernando County School Nutrition Association also provides scholarships to culinary students.
Facilities with annual purchases of $1 million or more are more likely to offer gluten-free options than those with lower annual purchases.
Yogurt/parfaits and cold cereal/cereal bars also on the rise, say operators.