Lunch & Snacks



Un corps sain dans un esprit sain! This French expression can be translated into: « a healthy mind in a healthy body ».  Eating healthy is part of your child’s education and it is proven that healthy lunch & snacks increase your child’s focus in the classroom and his/her brain development. Please support me in my initiative to educate the importance of healthy eating  at school by giving your child a healthy morning snack such as fruits, vegetables or dairy products.

Do not forget that our room is nut-free as some students have severe allergies in the school. Please make sure you read the ingredients properly if you buy an already-made snack  for your child. Most of the time, there will be a no-nuts sign on kids oriented snacks such a granola bars.


  • Snacks should  be eaten during the morning recess and not during instruction.
  • Lunch will occur in class during the first 20 minutes of the big recess. Students are responsible to keep the classroom clean before leaving for recess. I suggest students to bring a sponge or cleaning wipes to clean their desks before heading outside.
  • Sushi Days will happen on Tuesdays and Pizza days will happen on Thursdays.
  • Students are allowed a bottle of water in class.

Important Links

Healthy Eating B-C:

Canada’s Food Guide : Download a PDF Version

Breakfast for learning:

Ficht Bac! :

Food and Nutrition Information Center:


Learning Activity Sheets \ Websites

Spencer Sweet Potato’s Jazzy Crossword Puzzle

Kurt and Casey Collard Greens’ Leafy Greens Word Search

Healthy Lifestyle Fill in the Blanks

Canada’s Food Guide to Healthy Eating Check List 

TV Unplugged

Cheddarville Chokes on Food Quiz


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