In recognition of National School Breakfast Week, students at Arrowhead and Oak Creek elementary schools were reminded of the importance of eating a nutritious breakfast. The reminder came in the form of “Superstar Servers” — community role models invited to the schools to serve breakfast to students and help reinforce the need to eat a healthy, balanced breakfast every day.
The Superstar Servers included City of Columbus SWAT team members Sgt. Ron Jacobs and Officer Sprague; Dr. Heather Grunkemeyer, a professor of Chemistry at Ohio Wesleyan University; City of Dublin Canine Unit Officer Eric Cocrhun and his four-legged partner Barrie; and the Otterbein University Women’s Soccer Team.
National School Breakfast Week was held March 3-7. Seven of the Olentangy Local School District’s 15 elementary schools participate in the breakfast program. Every secondary school offers breakfast daily.