National School Breakfast

  • The School Breakfast Program is a federally assisted meal program which began as a pilot project in 1966, and was made permanent in 1975.

    PPS Nutrition Services supports Breakfast after the Bell as the best practice to provide access to breakfast for students at schools where all students are eligible for breakfast at no charge. Our district ranking of #23 among large urban school districts in the FRAC report is encouraging especially since our overall free and reduced-price eligibility is 44% (much lower than many other large districts).

    PPS Schools that serve breakfast at no charge to all enrolled students: Alliance @ Meek, Arleta, Astor Beach, Benson, Boise-Eliot/Humboldt, Bridger, Cesar Chavez, Creston, Faubion, Franklin, George, Grout, Harrison Park, James John, Jefferson, Kelly, King, Lane, Lee, Lent, Madison, Markham, Marysville, Ockley Green, Peninsula, Pioneer @ Youngson, Rigler, Roosevelt, Rosa Parks, Scott, Sitton, Vernon, Vestal, Whitman, Woodlawn and Woodmere. Check at your school for the breakfast schedule.

    Breakfast Resources

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