School breakfast and morning snacks: nonschoolaged children


session 2021-2022
priority Standard
Author Nazarian
position Support
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Would require the State Department of Education to develop and post on its internet website guidance for local educational agencies participating in the federal School Breakfast Program on how to serve eligible nonschoolaged children breakfast or a morning snack at a local educational agency schoolsite. The bill would define “eligible nonschoolaged child” to mean a child who is not enrolled in school and who is a sibling, half-sibling, or step-sibling of, or a foster child residing with, a pupil who is eligible for a free or reduced-price breakfast. The bill would require a guardian of an eligible nonschoolaged child to be present in order for the nonschoolaged child to receive breakfast or a morning snack.