San Francisco schools make it easier for students to grab breakfast

03/18/2011 | Examiner, The

Schools in San Francisco are using a federal grant to expand "grab-and-go" breakfast programs that allow students to quickly pick up healthy foods, including fruit and cereal, as they head to class. Data show that many California children qualify for free or reduced-price school meals but few take advantage of breakfast because the meals are served in the cafeteria and the students are often short on time.

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