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March 2015 SNP Newsletter
National School Breakfast Week, the first week of March, highlights how eating a nutritious breakfast helps students achieve success in the classroom!

FACT: Students who eat breakfast have better attention and memory. Research indicates the quality of foods children eat impacts cognition — with poor nutrition linked with absenteeism, hunger symptoms and psychosocial problems.

FACT: Students who eat school breakfast attend, on average, 1.5 more days of school per year and score 17.5% higher on standardized math tests.

FACT: Students who eat school breakfast show improved attendance, behavior, standardized achievement test scores as well as decreased tardiness. Providing students with breakfast in the classroom setting is associated with lower tardy rates and fewer disciplinary office referrals.
FACT: The School Breakfast Program significantly improves the cognitive abilities and learning capacities of children. Low-income children who receive school breakfast do better on a variety of indicators than low-income peers who go without breakfast. Significantly, the better outcomes associated with school breakfast include educational preparedness (attendance, energy, alertness, memory) and educational outcome measurements (math scores, grades, reading ability).
For more information about healthy menus and online options to prepay for meals visit www.fcsnutrition.com

Daily Fulton County School Breakfast includes:

  • Both hot and cold whole grain entrée options
  • Fresh fruit and 100% fruit juice
  • 1% and fat-free milks

Every Fulton County School Café offers a nutritious and convenient breakfast each morning before the start of the school day at an incredibly wallet-friendly price!

Elementary: $1.05
Middle & High: $1.20
For families that qualify:
Reduced-price is $0.30 or Free

National Nutrition Month®is a nutrition education and information campaign celebrated annually in March by the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. Everyone can Bite into a Healthy Lifestyle by making informed food choices and developing sound eating and physical activity habits.

FCS Cafes served more than 1,656 pounds of farm fresh cauliflower in February!  YUM!

​ This institution is an equal opportunity​ provider. ​