The School Breakfast Program (SBP) provides wholesome and tasty breakfasts each morning! Together, with the involvement of families, USDA can make a difference in improving the health and nutritional well-being of students.
The School Breakfast Program (SBP) is a federally assisted meal program operating in public and non-profit private schools and residential childcare institutions. The SBP started in 1966 as a pilot project and was made a permanent entitlement program by Congress in 1975.
School Wellness Policy
The policies outlined within this document are intended to create a school environment that protects and promotes the health of our students. Our commitment to providing nutrition education and regular physical activity, as well as access to nutritious foods for all students, are described here. The School Wellness Policy updates annually. For more information, contact Lisa Papasadero, Services Director for the Parry Center, email@example.com or Susan Mack, Dietary Services Director for the Children’s Farm Home, firstname.lastname@example.org.