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"The most remarkable thing about my mother is that for thirty years she served the family nothing but leftovers. The original meal has never been found."

- Calvin Trillin

Snack

Eating in Room A...                    

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Snack and lunch nourish our bodies for better learning.

WE ARE A PEANUT AND NUT-FREE ROOM THIS YEAR.

 

Healthy food, reusable containers, good manners...these are the highlight ideas of eating.

 

Snack: Include at least one healthy item in your child's lunch bag that s/he will enjoy eating for snack. Cookies, candy, and juice boxes are not allowed for snack.  

Lunch: Children will carry their food to the multi-use room, so please provide ONE labeled container.

Hints and Helpful Ideas

  • Clearly label your child's snack bag/box.
  • Be eco-savvy!  To lighten the earth’s trash load and encourage your child’s independence, choose reusable containers that your child can open him/herself (practice at home).

  • When selecting foods, think:  Protein!  Fiber!  Vitamins!  Freshness!

  • Feel free to use me or the classroom rules as an excuse to try new foods.