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Snacks at School

Students may bring a healthy snack, such as a piece of fruit or vegetables to be eaten in class if given permission by the teacher.  Students should not share food from home with other students as there may be unknown allergies that can result in an emergency medical situation. 


 To remain in compliance with the districts health and wellness policy, and state law, students are not allowed caffeinated beverages during lunch, even if brought from home.  No candy, please.  Additionally, large bags of chips are not a source of nutrition and will be confiscated if greater than 2.5 oz.  Students may claim these items from the front office at the conclusion of the day.  Gum is not allowed at school.  We ask for parent/guardian support by not sending students to school with these items and for encouraging healthy food choices for our students.


See Wellness Policy for additional information.