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September 23, 2015
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Courtesy of the American Dairy Association and Council, former Giants Player Amani Toomer will join Advocates for Children of New Jersey, the NJ Food for Thought Coalition, Jersey City school and city officials, as well as state and federal representatives, on Oct. 15 at 9:30 a.m. in Jersey City to shine the spotlight on school breakfast to ensure all kids start their day with a healthy meal.

We have a few seats left. Register now for this free event!

Event details
October 15 at 9:30 a.m.
Fred W. Martin School
59 Wilkinson Avenue
Jersey City, NJ
(Conveniently located minutes off the NJ Turnpike with on-site parking) 

New school breakfast data

ACNJ’s will release its 5th annual NJ School Breakfast Report, documenting considerable progress in the past five years, while also showing the need to continue this expansion to thousands of children who still do not receive breakfast at school.

The report will highlight New Jersey’s school breakfast “champs” and the “underachievers.” We will also release student participation rates in the federal School Breakfast Program for every school district in the state with at least 20 percent of its students eligible for free/reduced-price lunch.

So please register now to learn more strategies for improving student participation, as well as having a chance to meet an NFL player.

Advocates for Children of New Jersey

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