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School Breakfast Week 2023 - Materials Are On Their Way!

Published: 59 days ago
" Schools across Texas will be receiving their School Breakfast Week (SBW) materials soon! Please alert the front office, cafeteria staff members or administrative offices so they can help you ensure you receive these valuable promotional materials.
February 1, 2023 - They were a big hit again this year and the order form is now closed. These materials were available at no cost on a first come first serve basis, so later orders may not be filled in full. Thank you to all of the child nutrition directors who ordered materials to encourage student and parent involvement as they Get Your Day in Gear with a Healthy School Breakfast!
If you were unable to order the materials available for delivery, other materials are available in the online toolkit. Online materials include parent involvement flyers, morning announcements, menus, and more!! To download these materials, visit



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1. Mail:
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Office of the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights
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