We celebrate National School Bus Safety Week so parents, students and the entire community can address the importance of school bus safety!
For the final day of National School Lunch Week, we’d like to highlight the outstanding staff who are at the heart of the Northshore School District lunch program!
By choosing our chicken curry and brown rice with fresh fruits and vegetables from the garden bar, along with a carton of low fat milk, students create a balanced MyPlate-style meal.
The Great ShakeOut is the world’s largest earthquake drill. During this drill, schools practiced how to drop, cover, and hold on. Teaching our students and staff about earthquake safety helps ensure they know what to do to stay safe when the ground shakes.
How does our meal compare to the chicken sandwich and fries from a popular fast food restaurant?
We are excited about our vegan chana masala recipe, which was recently sampled at Leota Middle School for student feedback. The recipe will be offered next at Lockwood Elementary on Oct. 30, 2019.
The Northshore school lunch program serves about 8,500 meals across 31 primary and secondary school sites each day. This keeps our kitchens and cafeterias busy serving healthy, convenient, and economical meals to our students.
Progress continued at the Skyview and Canyon Creek expansion project throughout September. At Canyon Creek, the gym addition exterior was enclosed so it is now weather tight. Interior work for this addition is ongoing. At Skyview, the new state-of-the-art kitchen opened, including the serving area to students on the first day of school.
Throughout the month of October, Northshore schools are encouraged to participate in activities designed to support and raise awareness about bullying prevention.
I trust this note finds you enjoying a festive fall week. I love the crisp air and changing color of the leaves. However, at the moment, I am contemplating fins and flippers to get through the rest of the week ;>)