School Breakfast Week Resources
2020 School Breakfast Week Cafeteria Posters 

 TDA has mailed colorful School Breakfast Week (SBW) cafeteria posters to each Child Nutrition Director, providing sufficient time for distribution to the cafeterias. Please be sure to distribute the correct poster series to the correct campus.

All SBW Cafeteria Posters are in the mail and posters should be arriving at schools soon. Please check with your administrative office, and your ESCs before contacting TDA in regards to your posters.

As always, there are three posters to a set and they come in elementary and middle/high school series. These posters will not include SBW dates, so they can be utilized throughout the year. The posters fit in the tri-a-rama three-panel ceiling display system. Everyone is encouraged to find high traffic areas in the school to display the posters if the tri-a-rama systems are not utilized. 

School Breakfast Week Elementary Posters

School Breakfast Week Middle and High School Posters

2020 School Breakfast Week Materials

Remember: Some materials are available to order at No Cost via the link on the SBW home page. Please Note: Even though the order form is still open materials may be depleted and we cannot guarantee what you order/ordered will be filled.

Download SBW Materials
Download all 2020 SBW materials listed below by clicking the download arrow in the top left corner of the image window.  

  •   Static Cling

  •   Participation Charts

  •   Photo Backdrop

  •   Photo Frame

  •   Suggested Menu (K-8 and 9-12)

  •   Shopping Lists (K-8 and 9-12)

  •   Morning Announcements (English and Spanish)

  •   Parent Flyer featuring Themed Dress Up Days (English and Spanish)

  •   Punch Card

  •   Activity Sheets (English and Spanish)

  •   Web Banner (English and Spanish)

  •   Facebook Cover Photos and Social Media Ads

  •   Web Button  

  •   Characters and Logos

  •   Photo Backdrop Props and Instructions

  •   Recipe Book for Cafeteria Staff 

Assistance available in English and Spanish. Please call 877-TEX-MEAL (877-839-6325) for help.

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