Despite a new state law requiring breakfast after the bell in high-poverty schools, New Jersey schools served breakfast to fewer students after the law went into effect, indicating that many schools were not abiding by the mandate.
New Jersey schools are reporting a low return of applications for free or low-cost school meals. This is concerning. Find out why.
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Newark schools ranked 5th nationwide for serving school breakfast to more kids.
Director Adele LaTourette gave lawmakers an update on school meals and other child nutrition program participation during a Senate hearing on Monday.
To help school districts meet a new state mandate, Hunger Free New Jersey, the Community Food Bank of New Jersey and Reinvestment Fund will host three summer meals strategy sessions…
Donations made at participating ACME through September will benefit Hunger Free New Jersey.
Shaming children for unpaid meal fees should be prohibited in New Jersey schools.