Minn. school offers "breakfast on the go" to boost participation

10/29/2013 | Bemidji Pioneer (Minn.), The

Only about 40% of students in Minnesota who qualify for free and reduced-price meals eat breakfast at school, according to state officials. A middle school, therefore, has launched a "breakfast on the go" program to help increase their student participation. The initiative -- known as the Smart Start Breakfast Cart -- involves making two portable food kiosks available to students besides breakfast served in the cafeteria.

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