Presentation on theme: "NO KID HUNGRY SHARE OUR STRENGTH PROGRAMS FEEDING KIDS WHERE THEY LIVE, LEARN AND PLAY."— Presentation transcript:
NO KID HUNGRY SHARE OUR STRENGTH PROGRAMS FEEDING KIDS WHERE THEY LIVE, LEARN AND PLAY
NO KID HUNGRY PROGRAMS *Alternate Breakfast Delivery *Out of School - (After School Snack/ Summer Feeding) *Cooking Matters /Cooking Matters at the Store Classes *SNAP Benefits (Supplement Nutrition Assistance Program) formerly called food stamps
COOKING MATTER CLASSES
COOKING MATTERS AT THE STORE
SNAP OUTREACH Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program - formerly known as food stamp Jill Pryor will assist in enrollment into the SNAP program
Deloitte Research study shows, students who eat a nutritious breakfast: Preform better in class, receive higher test scores, attend more days of school, fewer days of being tardy, and are more likely to graduate; if they eat a nutritious breakfast. INCREASING BREAKFAST PARTICIPATION……
ALTERNATE BREAKFAST DELIVERY Benefits many areas of the school: Child – health, attentiveness, grades, attendance Child Nutrition Program – increase USDA reimbursement School – better test scores Teacher – better attention from students Nurse – able to help sick children not hungry children Principal – less discipline problems Parents – child not ready to eat early in the morning at home
SUGGESTED ALTERNATE BREAKFAST DELIVERIES *Breakfast in the Classroom – meals are dropped off at each classroom in hot and cold thermal bags *Grab and Go – picked up in the cafeteria, then eaten in the classroom *Grab and Go –picked up in the cafeteria, then eaten in an alternate location *Grab and Go –from a kiosk/cart, then eaten in an alternate location *2 nd Chance Breakfast – served between 1 st and 2 nd period
HOW WE CAN HELP? Grants available to all schools for $3000-$5000 Grants per school not per district Work with Mid-West Dairy to get additional funds, if needed for some schools No Kid Hungry Staff will write the grant for your school No Kid Hungry Staff are available to help implement your alternate breakfast delivery Suggestions for equipment, supplies, and menu items available Phone numbers of other schools that are successfully implementing program
*CELEBRATING NATIONAL BREAKFAST WEEK! March 3-7, 2014 A special incentive will be offered (in addition to the GRANT $) to all schools who contact us from now till the end of March, 2014 to get the paperwork started for an alternate breakfast program.
ARKANSAS MEALS FOR ACHIEVEMENT - AMFA Be looking for the grant application for the AMFA (Arkansas Meals for Achievement) for the 2014/2015 school year in late Spring, Arkansas Meals for Achievement is the pilot grant available to schools offering an alternate breakfast delivery where all student eat at no charge. Sometimes referred to as universal free breakfast.
NO KID HUNGRY / SHARE OUR STRENGTH PROGRAMS Contact information Patty Barker, Lindsey Barnett, Out of School Rachel Townsend, Cooking Matters Jill Pryor, SNAP outreach Vivian Nicholson, Breakfast