What Does Your Child’s School Breakfast Look Like?

by Li’l Dan Celdran and Genevieve Demos Kelley

Maryland Meals for Achievement (MMFA) is a program that offers breakfast in the classroom to all students at participating schools, regardless of family income. During the 2014-2015 school year, 78 schools in Prince George’s county and 473 schools in Maryland participated. Harvard University researchers have found that classroom breakfast has a positive impact on academics and behavior. (Read more about MMFA here.)

Here are photographs of three breakfasts served in a PGCPS kindergarten classroom during the week of May 18-22, 2015.


May 21, 2015: Golden Grahams, cinnamon crisps, fresh apple, juice, milk

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