Food directly affects students’ health, learning and lifetime wellness habits. We place a high priority on school food policy because we recognize its power to boost students’ concentration, focus and cognitive function. Nutritious food helps students develop lifelong healthy eating habits. It also contributes to a culture of wellness at school, reinforcing nutrition education messages from teachers.
It was proven that the kind of food we eat; significantly affects our physical, psychological and mental health. So, please make sure that you send healthy food with your child every day.
Healthy foods can be:
- Fresh fruits and vegetables.
- Bread, pizza, pasta, rice and/or cereal.
- Milk or yogurt
- Protein products (tuna, chicken, eggs, etc.).
- Fresh juice or sugar free juice.
- Pretzels & crackers
Please feel free to contact our school nutritionist for any question or concern.