Downloadable School Breakfast Materials
Staff Informational Flyer
Share this flyer with principals, teachers, counselors, custodians, and other staff to emphasize the importance of school breakfast and share ways they can help promote breakfast to students.
Public Charge Flyers for Families
Share these flyers with families to provide information about public charge. We recommend sharing information about Public Charge and both school meals and SNAP to provide the best information to families.
Breakfast in the Classroom Activity Sheet
Use this activity sheet during Breakfast in the Classroom or elsewhere in the school day to engage students and promote school breakfast.
School Breakfast Tracker
Use this colorful tracker for Breakfast in the Classroom to mark off how many days students ate a school breakfast. To help incentivize students to eat breakfast, considering offering a prize for anyone who eats a certain number of days in a row.
Breakfast After the Bell Toolkits and Resources
The Breakfast After the Bell Toolkit Series is designed to help with the launch and implementation of alternative breakfast models. Additional resources are available to accompany the guides and help school nutrition directors and other breakfast advocates with all aspects of the implementation process.
Free School Breakfast Social Image
Let students and families know about your universally free school breakfast program on your social media feeds.
Proven Impacts of School Breakfast Fact Sheet
Help school administrators, teachers, and other stakeholders understand the important benefits of school breakfast with this printable fact sheet.
Healthy School Breakfast Recipe Booklet
Serving breakfast recipes that work for your program can be a challenge. Project Bread created a number of recipes to help your school serve healthier school breakfast that students will love.
Order free printed materials for your program here! (Note: Printed materials are only available for organizations within Massachusetts.)