Topic: School Meals

Remember This December: Hunger is Solvable With School Breakfast

Child Nutrition Policy Analyst

During the holidays and all year long, millions of individuals and families who struggle against hunger are able to access healthy food with support from the federal nutrition programs. To celebrate the nation’s nutrition safety net, FRAC is releasing a seven-part “Remember This December” series that will highlight the impact of seven important federal nutrition programs.

This is the sixth installment of the series, which focuses on school breakfast. Read the previous installment on the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).

Join FRAC’s Fight Against the House Farm Bill

Government Relations Associate

In mid-May, the House is expected to vote on a Farm Bill that will take food off the tables of very large numbers of families across the country.The House Farm Bill would slash SNAP benefits for more than 1 million low-income, struggling households, increase hunger and poverty, and reduce economic growth and productivity in communities across the country.

School Breakfast Essential to Student Success

Senior Child Nutrition Program Coordinator

FRAC’s School Breakfast Scorecard released this week reveals that on an average school day in the 2016–2017 school year, 12.2 million low-income students participated in school breakfast, an increase of 0.6 percent compared to the prior school year.