Breakfast in the Classroom Coolers
Posted on 12 February 2018
Rolling cooler bags are ideal to help with this.
It starts by the school nutrition staff that packs the breakfasts into a cooler or insulated bags which are then transported to each classroom.
Staff often prepare in advance for the next day’s breakfast, packing non-perishable items in crates and packing milk.
Breakfast is delivered to the classroom either by school nutrition staff or designated students, and is served by the teacher or each student can pick up a meal before taking a seat at the start of the school day (thus the reason for having a rolling cooler - easier to carry).
Teachers or school nutrition staff record which or how many students eat breakfast and students eat at their desks during the first 10-15 minutes of class.
Students eat breakfast during morning announcements or while the teacher takes attendance, checks homework, or reviews lessons. Some teachers also use breakfast in the classroom as a means to teach valuable nutrition lessons or incorporate breakfast into reading, science, or math lessons.
Students clear breakfast trash and wipe down desks. Breakfast trash can be placed in the hallway to be collected by custodial staff and liquid milk can be discarded in the sink or, if there is no sink, in a designated bucket.
Custodial staff collect the trash from the hallways after breakfast and coolers, bags, and any left over food are picked up by school nutrition staff or returned to the cafeteria by designated students or volunteers.
Insulated Cooler bags are filled with healthy foods/drinks each day, rolled into the classroom and when it's time for breakfast, each child receives a nutritious breakfast.
Listed below are the favorite coolers used for the School Breakfast Programs.
We are contacted by schools and the first question asked is which cooler bag is the best for this program.
Listed below you will find a list of the best sellers for this program.