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School Breakfast

Breakfast at OUSD

Here at OUSD, we serve 10,000 breakfast meals each and every day. Whether it’s through Grab and Go, a Nutrition Break, or Breakfast in the Classroom, students of all ages are able to eat a free nourishing breakfast at school. 

Why School Breakfast?

Studies show that students who eat school breakfast are more likely to be more focused and alert, attain higher levels of achievement in reading and math, and score better on standardized testing.

Concha and an Apple

What are Students Eating for Breakfast?

Click on the link below to access our school menus and to learn more about what students are eating for breakfast!

School Menus

If you're curious about what students need to take to meet nutritional guidelines, check out the video below to learn more!


Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC)

Breakfast in the Classroom (BIC) is a school breakfast model in which students eat breakfast in their classrooms. Studies show that BIC increases attendance and decreases tardiness. 

BIC at OUSD is served after the bell—after the official start of the school day—and no instructional time is loss since teachers often use this time to take attendance, collect homework, or make announcements.

An example of a BIC set-up

USDA MyPlate Guide to School Breakfast