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We are proud to offer a complete healthy school breakfast to all students.

Consider school breakfast as a solution to meeting your child’s nutritional needs and streamlining your morning routine if …

  • Your family has a hectic morning schedule
  • Your children are too groggy in the morning to eat breakfast before they leave home
  • Your children have to catch an early morning bus


Researchers have found that a healthy school breakfast can:

  • Improve classroom behavior – students demonstrate a longer attention span and stay focused on learning
  • Reduce trips to the school nurse – students complain less of physical symptoms, especially stomachaches and headaches
  • Perform better on assessment tests – students show improved test scores, especially in math and reading grades
  • Improve attendance – students show a reduction in absences and tardiness
  • School Breakfast provides 25% of the Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA) for calories, protein, calcium, iron, vitamin A, and vitamin C with less than 30% of total calories from fat. We offer a variety of popular food choices such as bagels, yogurt, French toast, chicken biscuits, breakfast pizza, cereal and fruit bars. All entrées are served with fresh fruit or juice and low-fat milk.
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Hillsborough County Public Schools, Florida USA

Division of Student Services and Federal Programs
Student Nutrition Services

2920 North 40th Street, Tampa, FL 33605

Main: 813-840-7092 / Fax: 813-840-7112

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