In keeping with our Wellness model, Anglophone East School District has implemented new nutritional guidelines - effective beginning with the 2005/2006 school year - in an effort to further educate students, teachers, and all staff on the importance of healthy living. All food services in Anglophone East School District buildings will be impacted including the cafeteria and hot lunch programs as well as vending machine services. The new, healthy options are in accordance with the recommended foods by certified nutritionists and the Canadian Food Guide.
Foods For Schools Guidelines
Eat Learn Live Program
We see the future in the faces of our children.
Eat. Learn. Live. is how we nurture them and is the spirit of Chartwells.
What they eat determines how they develop. Our team of passionate chefs and dieticians work closely with school boards, school administrations, teachers and parents to create custom menus that are tasty, fun and nutritious. From Kindergarten to High School students will recognize Balanced Choices is their fuel for success.
Give them healthy options and teach them how to choose wisely. Beyond school doors students will be bombarded with choice. Arming them with knowledge will give them the power to make good decisions. Chef demonstrations, kitchen tours, product sampling and instructional material are tools provided by our Balanced Choice program developed to reach students and support the school community.
As we live we affect life. The actions of individuals build relationships that weave the fabric of a community. With over 800 schools across the Canada, Chartwells is reaching beyond the kitchen and dining environment with worthy humanitarian causes and responsible environmental stewardship. We support Kids Help Phone as a major national initiative and believe the best way to teach responsibility is to take it.
Visit Chartwells Eat, Learn, Live Website to learn more about this program.