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Healthy Snacks for School
Providing healthy snacks for children helps them grow and develop and supports life-long good eating habits. Serving nutritious snacks as part of a healthy diet can help prevent disabling diseases such as diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, and obesity. Just as important as serving healthy food items, is serving the right portion. Make sure a snack is a snack small and satisfying. Please avoid sending foods of poor nutritional quality such as cookies, cakes, pastries, candies, fruit roll-ups, ice cream, chips, sodas, and other sweetened drinks.
Following are just a few ideas of healthy snacks and drinks for you to bring to school when it's your turn to provide refreshments for the classroom, parties, birthday treats, and other school activities. If you have questions or other snack ideas, please contact your child's teacher.
Let your child help you prepare these nutritious options and experiment with their creativity. For example, how about Fresh Fruit Kabobs, String Cheese Stuffed Celery, Cookie Cutter Sandwiches, or Cheese Cubes on a Pretzel Stick? Show your child that healthy snacks can be fun and tasty.
Before sending any food to school, please check with your child's teacher(s) to make sure there are not classmates with food allergies.
230 W Wilson
PO Box 488
Oxford, Iowa 52322
CCA Daycare: 319/828-1136
AMY'S HOURS M-F
7:30am – 3:30pm
Early Out dismissal-1:15
Parent Teacher Group (PTG)
MORE ABOUT THE PTG
Parent interest links including: health, safety, and reading level information.
CCE Collects Pop-Top Tabs
Just a reminder that the CCE Student Council continues to collect pop-top tabs for the Ronald McDonald house. If you would like to help with this project, please deliver the pop tabs to the CCE school office.
Drop off-Pick up Policy
In order to ensure we are keeping students as safe as possible, we ask parents to drop off and pick up your children from the office instead of having parents walk students to class or to go to their classrooms to pick them up. If you need to talk to your child’s teacher, we ask that you wait until the students have exited the building. We appreciate your cooperation!