Lower School Tuesday-Thursday 3.50/day
Lower School Mon./Friday 4.00/day
Early Middle School 4.00/day
Middle School 4.00/day
Upper School 5.00/day
(other items, including milk and ice cream, available a la carte)
VARY YOUR FAMILY'S
Most people 9 years and older need 5-7 ounces of protein a day. Choose seafood twice a week; have an egg; try beans and peas or soy products; choose unsalted nuts and seeds for a healthy snack.
Being well-hydrated is essential for good health. Consuming water is necessary to keep the body functioning properly. Increase fluid intake to counteract warmer temperatures and higher humidity.
BLESS YOUR HEART WITH RED FOODS
Red fruits and vegetables contain many health-promoting phytochemicals, including lycopene and anthocyanins, which help promote: a lower risk of some cancers, a healthy heart, memory health, and urinary tract health.
Try these: Tomato, Red Pepper, Red Onion, Beets, Red Cabbage, Kidney Beans, Apples, Grapefruit, Grapes, Strawberries, Cherries, Raspberries, Cranberries, Pomegranate
PARENTS SET THE BEST EXAMPLES
Choose nutritious snacks and your children likely will! Try offering raw veggies and dip or a healthy green smoothie for an after school snack. Did you know kids need approximately 2 cups of vegetables a day?
CHOOSING THE RIGHT AFTER SCHOOL SNACK
Cashews, almonds, walnuts, pecans, and peanuts have heart healthy oil. They make a great after school snack! One ounce of nuts is equal to one serving