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  1. Breakfast After the Bell and SNAP-Ed

  2. Presenting Today: Claire Brown Mikhail Cherniske Statewide School Breakfast Consultant Program Specialist, Legislative Bills Project Child Nutrition Services United Way of King County Office of the Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) ClaireBrown@uwkc.orgMikhail.Cherniske@k12.wa.us For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  3. Today we will cover: • Hunger in Washington State • General Background of the law, House Bill 1508 • What is Breakfast After the Bell and Different Models • How Breakfast After the Bell and SNAP-Ed can work together • How to spread the word about BAB • Questions from you For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  4. Hunger in Washington State • 1 in 6 children in Washington are Food Insecure • For School Year 2017-18 Washington State ranked 44th in School Breakfast Participation across all 50 states and District of Columbia* • Less than half of eligible Free and Reduced-price Students accessing school lunch are also accessing school breakfast* *Based on FRAC School Breakfast Report Card For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  5. House Bill 1508 | Washington Kids Ready to Learn Act • Establishes that high need schools, as calculated by having a Free and Reduced student population (or a CEP claiming percentage) of 70% or higher, must implement a Breakfast After the Bell program • List of schools impacted has been released by OPSI and can be found here: http://www.k12.wa.us/ChildNutrition/Programs/NSLBP/pubdocs/SchoolsRequiredtoImplementBAB.pdf • Schools Implement Programs before/at the start of SY19-20—early implementation in SY18-19 is encouraged! • All meals must comply with Federal Standards For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  6. Who’s Impacted by HB 1508? List of required schools available on the OSPI CNS Website and on the SNAP-Ed Breakfast After the Bell Webpage For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  7. Breakfast After the Bell Ensures all students have access to school breakfast at the start of the day! • Breakfast in the Classroom | Breakfast is served in the classroom often during homeroom or first period. • Grab and Go | Easy-to-eat breakfast foods are available for students to take at the start of the school day or in between morning classes. • Second Chance | Breakfast foods are available during recess, a nutrition break, or later in the morning. For students who are not hungry first thing in the morning, or who arrive late to school. For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  8. Breakfast in the Classroom Breakfast is served in the classroom often during homeroom or first period. For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  9. Grab and Go Easy-to-eat breakfast foods are available for students to take at the start of the school day or in between morning classes. For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  10. Second Chance Breakfast foods are available during recess, a nutrition break, or later in the morning. For students who are not hungry first thing in the morning, or who arrive late to school. For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  11. You can help spread the word!

  12. How to Spread the Word: • Work with your local districts to implement Breakfast After the Bell • This includes both districts impacted by HB 1508 and everyone else! • You can do this by: • Connecting interested districts to OSPI and UWKC • Distributing information about the importance of school breakfast • Encouraging participating in the new Breakfast After the Bell programs • Helping inform parents and students about Breakfast After the Bell For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  13. Assistance Available to Districts UWKC and OSPI can help districts with: • Model identification assistance • Equipment identification • Additional equipment funding • District Q&A / informational sessions • Staff training support • Material creation (posters, outreach, one-pagers, etc) • Introductions to successful Breakfast After the Bell districts For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  14. Additional Resources • SNAP-ED Breakfast After the Bell Resource webpage • WashingtonBreakfast.org • Claire and Mikhail – we love hearing from folks! For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org

  15. Questions?

  16. Thank you for Joining Us! For more information or technical assistance regarding Breakfast After the Bell, please email schoolbreakfast@uwkc.org