BIC Webinar Archive

Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom Technical Assistance Online Meeting – Menu Ideas and Labor Considerations

On September 25, 2018, SNF hosted a technical assistance webinar and call to check in with Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom grantees. The webinar gave grantees an opportunity to share challenges and successes in their districts, funders, and partners to hear the latest updates from grantees, and for peers to share lessons learned. The main technical assistance topic was menu planning and innovative ways to serve hot food through grab and go or direct delivery in your BIC program. This archive will assist districts looking for menu ideas to improve their breakfast after the bell programs.

Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom Technical Assistance Online Meeting – Marketing Breakfast in the Classroom Programs

On August 28, 2018, SNF hosted a technical assistance webinar and call to check in with Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom grantees. The webinar gave grantees an opportunity to share challenges and successes in their districts, funders, and partners to hear the latest updates from grantees, and for peers to share lessons learned. The main technical assistance topic was marketing your BIC program. This archive will assist districts looking to for ideas to market their breakfast after the bell programs.

Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom Technical Assistance Online Meeting –
Success in Secondary Schools

On June 20, 2018, SNF hosted a technical assistance webinar and call to check in again about the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom Cycle 4 grant. The webinar call gave grantees an opportunity to share challenges and successes in their districts, funders and partners to hear the latest updates from grantees, and for peers to share lessons learned. The main technical assistance topic was setting up success in secondary schools. This archive will assist districts looking to expand grab and go and direct delivery breakfast models into secondary schools.

Funding Available for Grab N’ Go and Direct Delivery to the Classroom
Breakfast Programs!

Hear from previously funded districts about how they used grant funding to transition breakfast from the cafeteria to the classroom. Funding is still available through the Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom (PBIC).

Breakfast in the Classroom Series: Cycle 4 Breakfast in the Classroom
Funding Available!

The Partners for Breakfast in the Classroom (PBIC) work together to expand universal in classroom breakfast programs and also provide grants to school districts in 10 new states: Ohio, Oklahoma, Missouri, Utah, Texas, Idaho, Mississippi, Louisiana, North Carolina, and Nebraska. In this webinar learn about all of the resources available to support you through the application and implementation processes.

Breakfast in the Classroom Series: The Dollars and ‘Sense’ of Breakfast
in the Classroom

School nutrition professionals share how they determined which financial model worked best for their breakfast in the classroom programs (i.e. universal vs. paid.) Walk through an example financial sheet that you can use to determine if breakfast in the classroom makes financial sense for your program.

Breakfast in the Classroom Series: Stakeholder Engagement –
How to Win Friends and Influence People

Learn ways to develop your persuasive talking points to garner support for a sustainable BIC program. Hear from your peers that have worked with principals, teachers, parents, and custodial staff to foster a positive environment for a successful implementation.

Breakfast in the Classroom Series: Everything You Want to Know About
Implementation that We Can Cover in 75 Minutes!

Hear from child nutrition professionals who are operating the program as they discuss menu ideas, equipment suggestions, counting and claiming strategies, and new school nutrition technology.

Breakfast in the Classroom Series: Serving Up the Best Data –
Understanding Current Research and Evaluating Your Own Program

This webinar will discuss the broad body of research that exists around breakfast consumption and two specific research studies examining breakfast in the classroom. This webinar will also help you think of ways that you can evaluate your own program including the best way to collect and report on information with limited resources.

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