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Dear North Side Parents,
Your children have been enjoying a variety of healthy snacks each day. The snacks are provided by the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program (USDA). North Side School applied for and received the grant which must go to an elementary school.
Our children receive one snack during the school day outside of our meal time periods. Students eat their snack in the classroom where they can have discussion with the teacher about making healthy snack choices and being willing to try different fruits and vegetables than ones they are already familiar with.
What have we tasted so far that some students haven’t had before?
We encourage children to taste all of the snacks, but we know they need time to acquire a taste for new food. Of course, they always go for carrots and strawberries, but their young minds are usually open to new flavors. Please encourage your children to try different kinds of fruits and vegetables. Help them decide on a healthy fruit or vegetable and get their vitamins from their food!
In the 2014-2015 school year, the Hampton-Dumont Elementary School had 231 students eligible for the Supplemental Education Services Program. Of those 231 students, 2 students took advantage of this program.
Currently, the Hampton-Dumont South Side Elementary School has 177 students in grades 1-3 that are eligible for the Supplemental Education Services Program. Letters will be sent out notifying you of your eligibility with services.