The Academy – FCRR

The Academy – FCRR

Need help using the evidence-based resources available at FCRR.org? Join us in The Academy! Over the last 20 years, FCRR and our friends and colleagues all over the world have worked hard to develop evidence-based tools and resources for you. Most of them are free. Now it’s time to use them! Here you will find free lessons and courses to get you going on the right track. Each features evidence-based resources and tools. Some were developed by FCRR. Others were developed by our friends and colleagues. We just want you to use them! We provide links and information to direct you to the original source of the material. That way, you can find even more free resources that have been developed just for you! We will continue to develop more lessons and courses, so please come back and visit us often. Together, we will make sure that all children are reading and succeeding in school!

Here you will find free lessons and courses to get you going on the right track. Each features evidence-based resources and tools. Some were developed by FCRR. Others were developed by our friends and colleagues. We just want you to use them! We provide links and information to direct you to the original source of the material. That way, you can find even more free resources that have been developed just for you! We will continue to develop more lessons and courses, so please come back and visit us often. Together, we will make sure that all children are reading and succeeding in school!

Student Feedback Toolkit

Student Feedback Toolkit

This toolkit is for the purpose of engaging high-school students and gathering their feedback to improve school meals through Surveys and Listening Sessions.

Student Feedback Toolkit

Breakfast After the Bell Myths

Learn about Breakfast After the Bell (BAB) myths, and the facts that disprove them, with this resource. For example, learn how, despite the misconception, BAB does not cause mess or reduce instructional time.

Student Feedback Toolkit

SNAP in Schools: Approaches and Best Practices

Learn from schools and community-based organizations about their on-the-ground work to connect families with SNAP and other public benefits through school settings. Speakers shared their approaches to collaborative partnership, building SNAP awareness, identifying and referring families for application assistance, and their vision for the future of this model.

Student Feedback Toolkit

2024 Hunger Survey

A recent poll commissioned by No Kid Hungry Florida sheds light on the challenges Floridian families face in affording groceries, with rising food prices outpacing incomes. Families are making sacrifices, like shopping at multiple locations (58%) and opting for cheaper, less convenient stores (48%), often sacrificing food quality. This financial strain hits hard for families with students in K-12 public schools, where 82% report difficulty affording groceries. This underscores the critical role of school meals in providing essential nutrition to students. Explore the full survey results to understand the impact of food insecurity in Florida.