Prince George’s County Public Schools (PGCP) is joining schools across the nation this week in celebrating the School Nutrition Association’s National School Breakfast Week.
To kick off the week, Lt. Governor Anthony Brown visited Samuel Chase Elementary School in Temple Hills to have breakfast with students. Joined by Rosemary King Johnson, Executive Director of the Governor's Office for Children, he made a special announcement about the State’s commitment to eliminate childhood hunger in Maryland by the year 2015. The State plans to build on programs that provide free meals to students, including the School Breakfast Program and the new dinner program.
On Thursday, March 11, 80 fifth-grade students at Bradbury Heights Elementary School will participate in a special event in celebration of National School Breakfast Week hosted by the school district and the Alliance for a Healthier Generation – its partner in the Healthy Schools program.