Communications Toolkit: D.C. School Breakfast Scorecard

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  •  #DYK that more than 30,000 low-income D.C. children received #SchoolBreakfast on any given day in the 2017-2018 school year? Learn more about recent school breakfast participation trends in @dchunger’s latest school breakfast report: bit.ly/2GzscGC: Share
  •  The Healthy Students Amendment Act of 2018 IS NOT YET FUNDED! The act will improve access to #SchoolBreakfast and make #SchoolMeals more nutritious. Tell @ChmnMendelson and @councilofdc to GET IT DONE. Read more policy recommendations here: bit.ly/2GzscG: Share
  • #SchoolBreakfast improves the health and well-being of students across D.C., but far too many students are missing out on a nutritious morning meal. @dchunger provides innovative strategies for increasing access to school breakfast in their latest report: bit.ly/2GzscG: Share
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Additional Resources:
D.C. School Breakfast Scorecard
WAMU article: D.C. Requires That Schools Offer Free Breakfast, But Not All Kids Are Getting It