Our cafeteria’s serve not only nutritious lunches, but also nutrition education! Along with our monthly table tops filled with recipes, healthy + seasonal eating tips and nutrition + wellness information for our children to read, we also integrate food labels into the cafeteria. Our labels depict how a certain ingredient grows in nature, along with allergen information (which is also indicated on our school-wide menus). We understand what it’s like to have children with food allergies, so we wanted to make it as easy as possible for our children to chose what to eat each day. They love reading our food labels, and have found them to be a useful tool that aids them during their lunch experience.
- RT @KellyMcGlinchey: Cooking should be a focal point of our education system. #FoodDay2016 @michaelpollan @butter_beans @dartmouth @SlowFoo… 11 hours ago
- Culinary Principles class: Roasted Portobello Caps + Apple Stuffing! @BASISIndBK #bigapple #bigapplecrunch… twitter.com/i/web/status/7… 14 hours ago
- RT @KellyMcGlinchey: This #WorldFoodDay let's take a moment to consider the intricate & interconnected web of food, health, & planet 🌍 http… 16 hours ago
- This week we are making warming #ButternutSquash #soup in our #cookingclasses! #cookingwithkids #autumninny… twitter.com/i/web/status/7… 21 hours ago
- Look at the little hands @ChurchillSchool go! Kneading whole wheat chapati is hard work, but totally worth it! https://t.co/UsVP7M3sRh 1 day ago
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