The Abington Heights High School Food Service Department will put the spotlight on school breakfast beginning January 14 with the Breakfast Express, which will operate right outside of the Student Learning Center.
Studies indicate that students who eat school breakfast increase their math and reading scores and improve their cognitive speed and memory, according to the Food Research and Action Center.
However, fewer than half of the students that receive lunch at school also receive breakfast. If students are eligible for free lunch, they are eligible for free breakfast.
For more information about the Breakfast Express, contact Food Service Director Joanne Pesota at 585.5309.