Parents are asked to provide enough of the outlined snack items for 24 children on a monthly rotational basis.
We ask that parents purchase products without high fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors and colors. Organic products are preferred whenever possible.
Please refrain from products containing nuts in order to support those with allergies.
|Friday, 19 September 2014|
veggie bootie, cheddar cheese, juice
|Monday, 22 September 2014|
graham crackers, fresh fruit, baby dill pickles
|Tuesday, 23 September 2014|
pretzels, string cheese, cranberries, juice
|Wednesday, 24 September 2014|
whole wheat bread, jelly/spread, baby carrots, milk
|Thursday, 25 September 2014|
english muffins, tomato sauce, parmesan cheese, milk
|Friday, 26 September 2014|
popcorn, dried cranberries, fresh fruit of choice, (2) lemons
|Monday, 29 September 2014|
rice cakes, peanut butter and jelly, raisins
|Tuesday, 30 September 2014|
cheddar crackers, baby carrots, apples
|Wednesday, 01 October 2014|
|Thursday, 02 October 2014|
(N) = Nutrition Activity
(A) = Vitamin A Food
(C) = Vitamin C Food
(I) = Iron Source
(F) = Fresh
On the child's corresponding snack day s/he will also serve as the classroom leader. In addition to other special duties s/he will have the opportunity to share a personal item or story during Collective Time.