North Syracuse The North Syracuse Central School District Food Service Department is conducting a survey of North Syracuse Junior High School and Cicero-North Syracuse High School students to gather information about their breakfast habits. The online survey (nscsd.org/breakfast2) will be active through March 31. Students attending North Syracuse Junior High School and Cicero-North Syracuse High School are asked to participate in the survey before March 31.
“We are extremely interested in hearing from our students about their breakfast habits so that we can provide them with more of what they need and want in order for them to have a good, healthy breakfast at school,” North Syracuse Central School District Food Service Director Wendy Swift said. “Research shows that students that regularly eat breakfast perform better in school, have more energy and generally earn higher test scores. We know how important this first meal of the day is and we need our students to tell us how they feel about it.”
The district’s brief breakfast survey will be available online through the end of March and is being sent as a link to North Syracuse Connect subscribers. Please encourage your student to participate in this important survey.