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Nutritional News for April 2018  

April 2…….School Closed
April 9……Birthday Dinner
April 27……Professional Development Day

Recipe for April is Deviled Eggs (great way to use your leftover Easter Eggs)-50 calories per 1 egg

6 eggs
1 ½ Tablespoon prepared mustard
1 ½ Tablespoon mayonnaise
¾ teaspoon garlic salt
¾ teaspoon onion powder
1 ½ pinch paprika for garnish

Hard boil the eggs, cut in half and take out the yolk, set aside the white part of the egg.  Add in all the other ingredients with the egg yolk and beat on low with mixer until light and creamy.  Fill the white part of the eggs with the egg yolk mixture and place in the fridge until ready to serve.

Kids Watching TV/Media and Obesity

Health experts are calling for nationwide action to slow the rising rates of overweight and obese
children. The most recent research indicates that childhood obesity rates have more than tripled since 1980. Health experts encourage limiting “screen-time” to 2 hours a day. But is there more we can do to limit the negative impact of media on child health?

The Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (NICHD), part of the National Institutes of Health within the U.S. Department of Health and Human
Services, created a program called Media-Smart Youth. Media-Smart Youth is an initiative for 11-14-year-old, which strives to empower kids to think critically and make thoughtful decision about
Nutrition and Physical activity.

Media-Smart Youth asks kids (and their parents) to answer these six questions while viewing product advertisements through TV or print media:

1. Who is the sponsor or author?
2. Who is the audience?
3. What is the purpose?
4. What is the message?
5. What information is missing?
6. What techniques are used to attract your attention.

School year 2017-2018 Breakfast and Lunch Prices

Elementary Students–$2.35
Middle and High School Students–$2.55
Breakfast All reduced PK-12 =FREE
Lunch Reduced price=.40 (PK-5=FREE)

For more information about your child’s school lunch program, please visit the USDA.

KIDS EAT FREE ALL SUMMER LONG-For more information visit the Kids Food Finder Website!

Ella Walker, Food Service Manager ewalker@csdb.org

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