School Breakfast in the News

2014-03-10 00:00:00

There are hungry children in every school. In fact, there are more than 40,000 food  insecure children in New Hampshire. Children with hungry bodies and preoccupied minds cannot perform to their highest potential in the classroom. Regardless of the reason that children do not eat breakfast before reaching the classroom, children of all ages do better in school when they start the day with the strong foundation of a good breakfast. NH Kids Count has joined with partners to launch the NH School Breakfast Challenge to promote School Breakfast use in NH.

 

Below is recent statewide coverage of the importance of school breakfast in NH. Check out the articles to learn more about school breakfast! 

 

Opinion Pieces 

 

 

 "Breakfast Challenge Aims to Push School Breakfasts" Seacoast Online, April 1, 2014

Bill Duncan, NH Kids Count Board Member 

 

"Getting Kids to Eat a Good Breakfast" InterTown Record, March 11, 2014

Charlene Baxter, NH Kids Count Board Member

 

 "For Children, a Critical Meal"  Concord Monitor, March 16, 2014

Patricia Cantor and Maureen Salo, NH Kids Count Board Members 

"Start the Day Right, by Ken and Carol Jue" Keene Sentinel, March 6, 2014

Ken Jue, NH Kids Count Board Member, and Carol Jue 

 

"Take Time for School Breakfast" Foster's Daily Democrat, March 6, 2014

Andy Beaupre, NH Kids Count Board Member

 

"School Breakfast Program" CarriageTowne News, February 27, 2014

Elaine VanDyke, NH Kids Count Board Member 

 

Launching "It Starts with School Breakfast" 

 

WMUR Telecast, March 14, 2014

 

Reyes, Lily Ayotte Get Nashua Elementary Students Excited about Breakfast, Nashua Telegraph, March 15, 2014