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1 High Schools (9-12) Grab n’ Go Breakfast Option Administrators, Teachers, Building & Grounds Staff and Students Training Provided by the LAUSD Food Services Division

2 Training Goals At the end of this training Administrators, teachers, students and Building and Grounds staff will be knowledgeable in the: Benefits of Breakfast Comparisons of BIC and Grab n’ Go Grab n’ Go Process Role of the Student Role of the Teacher Role of the Building and Grounds Worker Slide 2

3 Many Americans experience hunger and food insecurity. In 2014, 49 million people were found to be food insecure, with 16 million of those being children. 16.3% of families in LA county are food insecure. Whether due to limited access to and or the unavailability of nutritious food, students are coming to school hungry. 80% of LAUSD students are eligible for free/reduced breakfast, yet only 29% participated in the program before BIC Hunger impairs students development and achievement Eating a nutritious breakfast also helps children perform better on standardized tests, show improved cognitive functions, attention, and memory and has a positive effect on overall nutrition. Benefits of Breakfast Slide 3

4 What is Grab n’ Go? Grab n’ Go is a convenient program where reimbursable meal options are selected from a mobile cart conveniently located at entrances or other high traffic areas at high schools grades 9-12 only, 10 minutes before the first bell and students eat it outside, in the hallways, or possibly in the classroom. 4 Slide 4

5 LAUSD’s Grab n’ Go Process Grab n’ Go is a process where students pick-up a reimbursable meal from a mobile cart located at school entrances or other high traffic areas before the start of school Food Service staff prepare the reimbursable meals Menu items are transported in insulated bags on mobile carts and roll out the mobile cart to the designated location(s) Students select a reimbursable meal from mobile carts using Offer Versus Serve options; however a fruit must be selected Carts are equipped with a computer for point of service and the students must enter their pin number to account for their meal This option is not “Universal Breakfast”, students are required to pay based on meal eligibility; payments must be collected at the point of service Students can take a breakfast and eat it outside, in the hallways, in the classroom; depending on the school’s plan Students dispose of trash into the containers in designated locations 5 Slide 5

6 Students select a reimbursable meal Meal Service 6 Students enter their pin number at the POS Students consume breakfast in the pre-determined area Start Here Slide 6

7 Sample Menu Items 7 Fiesta Egg & Cheese Sandwich, Orange Juice and Milk Italian Cheese & Egg Pocket, Orange Juice and Milk Vanilla Yogurt, Crunchy Yogurt, Apple and Milk Slide 7

8 BICGrab n’ Go Universal Feeding (all children eat at no charge) YesNo Served inside the classroom YesNo Eaten inside the classroom YesMaybe Students have greater access to breakfast YesNo Increase in participation to over 70% YesNo Incentive payment to schools YesNo One breakfast service period Yes Offer Versus Serve NoYes Point of Service required Yes BIC and Grab n’ Go Comparisons 8 Slide 8

9 Students’ Role The students daily role includes : Select a reimbursable meal from the mobile breakfast carts prior to the start of school Enter their PIN number at the mobile cart Take their breakfast and eat it at the locations designated in the school’s plan When finished eating he/she must dispose of trash in containers in designated locations Slide 9

10 Teachers' Role The teachers daily role includes: Allow students to eat in the classroom Emphasize cleanliness in the classroom Encourage students to discard trash into containers placed in the designated locations Slide 10

11 Building and Grounds Workers’ Role The Plant Manager and Building and Grounds Workers daily duties include : Placing trash containers in the designated locations Cleaning as required where applicable Set up breakfast trash container as needed Dump trash and remove to dumpster after breakfast Reline trash cans Collecting trash in and around the campus High traffic areas as designated At the entrance/exit of the building Dispose of trash per normal processes Slide 11

12 Grab n’ Go Tools Hard copy of the Grab n’ Go presentation Slide 12

13 Questions? Thank you! LAUSD Food Services Division Nourishing Children to Achieve Excellence Slide 13


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