Mango Mania is back again this month with Go for 42. For the next 5 weeks there will be posts on this website giving you information about being physically active, nourishing your body to enable it to keep active and encouraging students to participate in the Go for 42 challenge at school. Won’t you join us for the Mango Kids Fun Run on Sunday June 23rd, 2013 at the Lindon Recreation Center, Miramichi? Did you know that being physically active for at least 60 minutes a day will: Help you grow stronger, improve your health and fitness, and Help you do better in school.
The Miramichi Kinsmen and Anglophone North School District are pleased to accept film entries for the Third Annual Kin Film Festival. All students in ASD-N are invited to participate. Students may submit films in one or both of the two categories. The first category is the Kin Category. Films in this category will address the theme “Doing the Right Thing”. The second category is the Open Category. Films of any genre or subject matter can be submitted to this category. The top films selected in each category will be screened.
April 21 to 27 is National Volunteer Week. The students and staff of Harcourt School would like to say a huge "THANK YOU" to all their amazing volunteers. Without you, Harcourt School would not be the awesome place it is for our students (and staff). Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
WEEK #4: Food Safety at Lunch Time
for Keeping Lunch Safe:Always wash hands
before preparing or eating lunch. This is the one of best ways to prevent
food spoilage and contamination.Keep cold foods cold. Keep hot foods hot. Clean all lunch boxes,
thermal bags, plastic utensils and containers in hot soapy water. DO NOT
re-use plastic wrapping and bags.Wash all fruits and
veggies under cold running water.For
WEEK #3: Drinks – Keeping Lunch Healthy
Dietitians of Canada recommends:Children 1 to 8 years old get 6 cups of fluid per day.
9 to 13 years old girls should get between 8-9 cups per day.
9 to 13 year old boys should get between 10-13 cups per day.
For more on Water, Milk and 100% Fruit Juice, which are good choices for drinks, as well as other information about what to drink visit http://asd-n.nbed.nb.ca/healthy-lunches-healthy-learners .
#2 (Feb.11 to 15): Making a Healthy Lunch Fun!
Fun in Preparation.
Let children help make their own lunch.
Children can also help with grocery shopping and suggestions
for lunch items.
Include stickers, notes or cartoons in lunch box to brighten up
Convenience lunch packs (ie. Lunchables) are easy but they may
be high in fat, sugar and salt. So why not make your own.
Jazz up your children’s homemade lunch pack with colourful
packages, or lunch bags to make it fun.
Healthy Lunch for Children:
Mango Mania is back again this month with a Healthy Lunch theme!
WEEK #1: What is a healthy lunch for children?Foods from 4 food groupsFoods that are lower in fat, sugar and salt (Please refer to the chart below)Food that is safe to eat – right temperature and free of bacteriaLunch that is delicious and nutritious and contains at least 1 to 2 Fruits & Veggies
What do I give my child for lunch?