“As a teacher, I feel good my students have at least one nutritious meal. Also, I think it’s easy for the parents as well because if the kids are eating the same thing, there’s a bit of peer pressure for everyone to make healthy choices.” said Carrie Southwell, a Grade 3 teacher at the school. Special education teacher Tina Mistry agreed. She said prior to the Breakfast Club, the children were listless and restless. Aside from improving their concentration, she said, the club breakfast allows the children to take part in a shared experience, one that allows them to eat together and learn lessons that extend beyond the classroom or the yard.