GOT MILK? BREAKFAST CHALLENGE
Santa Ana High Schools Battle It Out For $3,000
THE EVENT: GOT MILK? KICKS OFF BREAKFAST COMPETITION AMONG FOUR SANTA ANA UNIFIED SCHOOL DISTRICT HIGH SCHOOLS
Just in time for the new school year, the California Milk Processor Board (CMPB) – the creator of GOT MILK? – is partnering with the Santa Ana Unified School District to challenge high school students to start the day off right with a nutritious breakfast with dairy milk for better academic performance and overall health.
Santa Ana Unified School District has a combined enrollment of nearly 8,735 high school students. On September 10, school officials will announce the start of a three-week breakfast challenge among Century, Saddleback, Santa Ana, and Valley high schools. The high school with the greatest percentage of increase of breakfast participation in school from the same time period last year wins $3,000 and will be crowned “Breakfast Champs.”
WHEN: Friday, SEPTEMBER 7, 10:00 a.m.
WHERE: Century High School
1401 South Grand Avenue
Santa Ana, California
VISUALS: Breakfast Pep Rally will include:
- More than 1,500 students
- District administrators and school officials
- Performances by school cheerleaders and band
- GOT MILK? giveaways
MORE: Studies show that breakfast is vital to students’ academic success and personal well-being. The breakfast competition among Santa Ana Unified High Schools will run from Sept. 10th – Sept. 28th.
In total, the GOT MILK? Breakfast Challenge is running in 15 school districts statewide with a total of $45,000 up for grabs.
CONTACT: Deidra Powell, Chief Communications Officer – Santa Ana Unified School District at (714) 558-5555 desk or (714) 673-4995 cell