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School Breakfast Week (SBW) begins on March 6th!

Published: 27 days ago
" Promotional items ordered online, such as cafeteria posters, participation charts, and stickers, should be arriving or have arrived at the location address provided at the time of ordering. Make sure your school’s front office knows you are expecting packages.
These materials were available on a first come first serve basis, so later orders may not be filled in full. If you missed the order deadline, you could download and print all of the materials by visiting the Additional digital SBW materials are also available on our website including website graphics, social media posts, and a press release! Thank you for partnering with the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) and encouraging students to Get Your Day in Gear with a Healthy School Breakfast! Don’t forget to share your experience with pictures of what your school is doing to celebrate at #TXSBW.


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