Schools Celebrate National School Breakfast Week 2012

The School Nutrition Association just finished another successful National School Breakfast Week. This year’s theme, “School Breakfast – Go for Gold” helped students understand importance of eating a healthy, balanced, and nutritious school breakfast each day. The campaign was created by SNA with the generous support of General Mills Foodservice.

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Jeff Davis County, GA celebrated NSBW with “Buzzy” the mascot introducing a new menu item to students - the “Jacket Scrambler”.

Please click on the links below for several great stories about the week:

KPHO (CBS), Chandler Unified School District, AZ

KSBI (IND), Shawnee Public Schools, OK

Fowlerville Community Schools, MI

Rockwood School District, MO

B. Bernice Young School, NJ

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Sky Oaks Elementary School, Burnsville MN, kicked off NSBW with the MN Twins Mascot, TC Bear!

Send in Your “School Breakfast - Go for Gold” Photos!

Please pass along the details of your NSBW event to the School Nutrition Association! SNA would appreciate a brief report of your activities and photos. Please send your NSBW to snmagazine@schoolnutrition.org or:

NSBW Wrap-Up
School Nutrition Association
120 Waterfront Street, Suite 300
National Harbor, MD 20745

Your efforts might be featured in the pages of the next NSBW review! Thank you for your continued hard work, creative efforts and overall dedication especially during National School Breakfast Week 2012!

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servicecenter@schoolnutrition.org  

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