With some students having to get on buses at 7am and school not starting until a quarter past nine, staff were concerned that some students weren’t eating before their bus ride or not eating enough to get them through a busy day until lunchtime.
The school had seen a need to provide their students with the means to continue learning to the best of their ability. The breakfast club operates on Monday to Friday (8:45-9:10am) and provides more than 100 students with cereal, toast, juice and Milo provided by local businesses. The menu also includes scrambled eggs on Tuesday, cheesy toast on Wednesday and baked beans and spaghetti on Thursday.
Students at Mudgee Public School are getting the most out of their day, thanks to the breakfast club that runs each morning.