DCSS will welcome guests for School Breakfast Week
National School Breakfast Week is March 6 through 10 and the Demopolis City School System is celebrating by inviting others to join students for breakfast.
Breakfast programs serve over 14 million children nationwide every school day. During the 2015-2016 school year, nearly 100,000 school breakfasts were served in the Demopolis City School System, according to information provided by the DCSS.
“Many will argue that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. By having a nutritious breakfast, students are more aware, less distracted, and ready to learn,” said Superintendent Kyle
To celebrate National School Breakfast Week, the system is inviting parents and stakeholders to have breakfast with our students at Westside Elementary School. Breakfast is served from 7 to 8 a.m. each morning and the is cost $1.50 for an adult visitor, $1.25 for a child visitor, and $1.25 for students.
In addition, the system is inviting special guests to enjoy breakfast with students at Westside Elementary School. On Monday, March 6, DHS Student Athletes will attend breakfast at WES; on Tuesday,
March 7, DHS ROTC, Band, Cheerleaders and Mascot will attend; on Wednesday, March 8, city leaders, such as the mayor and staff, police department, and fire department; and on Thursday, March 9, school system leaders, clergy, and business and industry leaders are invited.
“We look forward to seeing many of our community members for breakfast and appreciate all of the support provided to our students and school system,” Kallhoff said.
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