Crimson Chronicle Reporter
The school started handing out breakfast daily from 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. and during nutrition as of Feb. 24. It has been around two or three years since the school served breakfast for students mainly because of the spread of COVID, but now that cases have dwindled down, the school is able to serve breakfast again.
The menu for the first meal is blueberry cereal, milk, and apples. As advertised, it is a seemingly healthy breakfast, which should stay consistent throughout the semester as students need to eat nutrient dense foods such as fruits, protein, dairy, and whole grains to help increase their energy during the day.
The implementation of the breakfast program is suitable for students who don’t aren’t hungry, students who don’t like eating right after they wake up, or students who just simply don’t have the time to sit down and eat breakfast at home.
According to WebMD, eating breakfast can have a variety of benefits such as “better memory and concentration, lower levels of “bad” cholesterol, and lower chances of getting diabetes [and] heart disease.” Whether you are taking part in the breakfast program, or eating your own breakfast, the benefits of it are evident.