Breakfast After The Bell

Breakfast After The Bell Now Offered To All Full-day Students at Zion District 6!

In 2016, the Illinois General Assembly passed Breakfast After The Bell legislation ensuring Illinois schools with 70% or more of the student population eligible for free or reduced-priced meals will begin offering breakfast as part of the school day.
Breakfast in the school cafeteria before school starts doesn’t reach most students, therefore the Breakfast After TheBell program ensures all students have access to a healthy breakfast to start the day. 

Beginning this 2018-2019 school year, all full-day students attending Zion Elementary District 6 schools will participate in the Breakfast After The Bell program. Delivery models are noted below.

BREAKFAST IN THE CLASSROOM
Pre-K Full-Day and K-6th Grade Students
Breakfast is delivered to each classroom after school begins. Students eat breakfast in the classroom during the first 10-15 minutes of the day when activities (i.e. attendance, turning in assignments, morning announcements) are occurring. 

GRAB-N-GO
7th-8th Grade Students
Students pick-up bagged or boxed breakfast from mobile carts or designated areas. Students eat breakfast in their homeroom classroom during the first 10-15 minutes of the day. 

SECOND CHANCE
Late Arriving Students
A break, at some point between breakfast and lunch, will be provided for students to have access to breakfast.

 
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