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Food Options At Religious School



TUESDAY DINNERS

Every Tuesday of Religious School from 6:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. we provide dinner for our Shevet Noar Seventh Grade to Twelfth Grade students.




UPCOMING
dinner menu below:

10/23 Chinese - Orange Chicken, Beef and Broccoli, Veggie Lo Mein, Veggie Egg Rolls, Steamed Veggies and Veggie Rice
10/30 Pizza and Ceasar Salad
11/6 Chicken, Roasted Potatoes, Salad and Veggie Wraps (for Vegetarians)
11/13 Pasta, Salad and Garlic Knots
11/27 Mexican - Chicken, Beans, Rice, Salad and Vegetarian Burritos

SNACK SHOP ITEMS

Every Tuesday form 3:45 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., we offer treats for students to purchase before Religious School.



Jamba Juice Mango or Strawberry Fruit Smoothies

$2.00

Pop Chips – Barbeque, Sea Salt and Sour Cream & Onion

$1.00

Veggie Straws – Zesty Ranch and Sea Salt

$1.00

Pop Corners – Kettle Corn, White Cheddar, Sea Salt

$1.00

Back to Nature – Chocolate Chip Cookies

$1.50

Annie’s Fruit Snacks

$.50

Welch’s – Fruit Snacks

$.50

Skinny Pop – Pop

$1.00

Apple Crisps

$1.00

Belvita Cookies

$1.00

Pirate's Booty

$1.00


BAGEL BREAKFAST

Every Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. we provide bagels, cream cheese and coffee in the lobby before the start of Religious School.


CLASSROOM SNACKS AND TREATS

Our students love the challah! We provided challah for a classroom snack with vegan and gluten-free options for students who need them. To cut down on sugar, we switched our drink from juice to water. Sometimes we have special treats in the classroom to enhance a lesson such as rewards for games. We always provide organic treats without processed sugar, such as fruit or popcorn.


HOLIDAY FOOD

Food is an essential way we connect with culture. On Jewish holidays we join the festivities by providing our students with traditional foods like hamantashen cookies for Purim, latkes and jelly doughnuts for Hanukkah, matzah for Passover, and pasta or other chametz to break the Passover fast. Throughout the year we offer healthy home-cooked dinners to accompany our Religious school Friday Night Shabbat celebrations.


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FOOD

• 7th-12th grade Tuesday Dinner Menu
• Snack Shop Items
• Food Policy


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