MD BREAKFAST CHALLENGE

Nicete Moodie, manager of No Kid Hungry Maryland, is here to talk about the Maryland Breakfast Challenge

breakfast manager of no kid hungry maryland with details on a special event happening today. on monday, october 17, 2016, school and local officials and the students of ridgely elementary school will welcome former ravens linebacker and super bowl champion, brad jackson to celebrate the importance of breakfast through the 2016 maryland breakfast challenge social media day.this event is co-hosted by american dairy association north east. students will have the opportunity to meet with mr. jackson and partake in some physical activities all while promoting breakfast using social media in an effort to urge more schools to sign up for the breakfast challenge.usda food and nutrition service administrator, mid-atlantic region, patricia dombroski will also be in attendance. guests and media are invited to observe ridgely elementary schools’ in-classroom breakfast program, take part in the interactive assembly, and learn more about the 2016 maryland breakfast challenge. who: brad jackson, former ravens linebacker usda food and nutrition service administrator, patricia dombroski students, teachers and faculty, ridgely elementary school david sloan, director of no kid hungry maryland when:monday, october 17th, 2016 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. form al breakfast with school and community leaders: 8:00 a.m. brad jackson visits classrooms with students:9:00 a.m. brea kfa st celebration program: 9:30 a.m. medi a/ph oto opportunities with brad jackson & patricia dombroski: 10:15 a.m. where: ridgely elementary school 118 n. central ave ridgely, md why:to promote the 2016 breakfast challenge competition via social media, a celebration event will take place monday october 17th at last year’schal lenge winner for the maryland meals for achievement category, ridgely elementary school of caroline county, maryland. this event comes one week before the final day for schools across the state to sign up for the challenge at www.marylandbreak fastchallenge.org http: . thus far, over 100 schools from across maryland’s 24 districts have made the pledge to make breakfast a priority by either doing a breakfast in the classroom model or marketing techniques to promote their program and hopefully increase participation. the schools with the highest increase will have the opportunity good morning delmarva! it’s 6-30 am. i’mlenita wesson.

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