The Way Breakfast Should Be: Best Practices for Serving Breakfast to More Maine Students
The Way Breakfast Should Be: Best Practices for Serving Breakfast to More Maine Students, details non-traditional options for serving school breakfast in Maine. This guide explains the importance of school breakfast, and provides information for implementation, including how to determine financial viability, how to gain support for program changes, and how to conduct outreach to students and families.
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Originally from Redford, Michigan, Laura graduated summa cum laude earning a degree in psychology with honors from Wayne State University in 2012. At Wayne State University, she conducted research on the relationship between young adult low-income mothers and their toddlers and completed a senior honors thesis on maternal social support and toddlers’ behavior problems. As an AmeriCorps member she served with City Year Detroit, where she tutored and mentored low-performing students in southwest Detroit, Michigan. Laura has also facilitated service learning projects to increase volunteer engagement in the greater Detroit community.
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