Op-Ed: Students Need Breakfast to Learn

5.29.2015, The Sacramento Bee, PDF

New Report: Expanding Breakfast Drives Economic Growth

5.19.2015 According to a new report released today, a 10 percent expansion of California’s school breakfast program would generate $42.7 million in economic activity while creating

Improving student performance starts with breakfast: Jeff Bridges and Rob Bonta

5.11.2015, Oakland Tribune, PDF

School day breakfast bill feeds more kids

4.23.2015, The Sacramento Bee, PDF

Most Californians support serving breakfast to students during school day

4.9.2015, The Los Angeles Times, PDF

EDUCATION: Schools eye breakfast in classrooms

4.9.2015, The Riverside Press-Enterprise, PDF

Statewide Poll Shows Strong Support for Breakfast After the Bell

A recent statewide poll shows two-thirds of California voters support legislation requiring schools to integrate breakfast into the school day. link

AB 1240, Breakfast After the Bell bill, Introduced

Legislation Aims to Improve Student Achievement, Health Through Innovative Improvements to School Breakfast link

Rancho Cordova elementary school bell means the start of classes – and breakfast

3.26.2015, The Sacramento Bee, PDF

Bill would require "breakfast after the bell"at more schools

3.3.2015, EdSource, PDF

Assessing New Approaches to CalFresh: A Survey

A survey of low-income Californians finds favorable views of CalFresh and public efforts to support healthy eating. link

Despite New Federal Rules, California Likely to Stay with Healthy School Lunches

12.15.2014, EdSource, PDF

Everyday but Thanksgiving: Breakfast Most Important Meal for Learning

11.26.2014, San Jose Mercury News, PDF

At Least 2,651 Students in Nevada County Missing Out on School Meals

9.9.2014, YubaNet.com, PDF

Some California Schools Make Breakfast the First Lesson of the Day

9.2.2014, California Health Report, PDF

Millions of California Kids Missing Out on Meals During the Summer

7.23.2014, The California Report, PDF

School’s Out, Who Ate? 2014

A Report on Summer Nutrition in California link

Lawmakers: Students need 20 minutes to eat

6.26.2014, Cabinet Report, PDF

Filling the nutritional gap for kids

6.24.2014, Petaluma360.com, PDF

1,620 Children in Nevada County Fall into the Summer Nutrition Gap

6.12.2014, YubaNet.com, PDF

Sacramento City Unified brings free meals to pools this summer

6.9.2014, Merced Sun-Star, PDF

Summer program will provide 4.5-million free meals to L.A. students

6.5.2014, Los Angeles Times, PDF

Advocates: Too few accept food stamps, costing Santa Cruz County millions

5.16.2014, Contra Costa Times, PDF

Gov Brown Proposes Change in Tallying of Students

5.14.2014, EdSource, PDF

Viewpoints: Students need time to eat

5.10.2014, The Sacramento Bee, PDF
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