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Nutrition Services-Winter Newsletter

Nutrition Services-Winter Newsletter

Please be advised Dining Services has produced their seasonal newsletter from Chartwells. There are very important highlights concerning the focus of raising student interest in fruit as well as vegetable consumption by increasing the usage of locally grown food and much more. Thank you for taking the time to review.
The Leprechaun STEM Challenge at the Early Childhood Center

The Leprechaun STEM Challenge

Kindergarten students at the Early Childhood Center in Room 210, had a fun day with the leprechaun STEM challenge. Students enjoyed listening to the story, "How to Catch a Leprechaun". Then, they identified materials they needed and designed a way to make a trap for that tricky leprechaun on Saint Patrick's Day.
Celebrating SEL Week at the Early Childhood Center

The Importance of SEL Week

The staff and students at the ECC celebrated SEL Week. It was a truly enjoyable experience for everyone involved.
Wacky Wednesday at the Early Childhood Center

The Success of Wacky Wednesday

At the Early Childhood Center in Room 210, the students continued celebrating Read Across America with “Wacky Wednesday”. Students had the opportunity to be creative and decorate a cupcake using “wacky” toppings. Shortly thereafter, the students were able to use their knowledge of adjectives to make a descriptive writing piece about their cupcakes. It was certainly yummy and a fun learning experience for them.
Green Eggs and Ham during Read Across America at the Early Childhood Center

The Importance Of Read Across America

In Celebration of Read Across America, Classroom 114 at the Early Childhood Center read the book: Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. It is truly a classic in American literature and children in the Union City School District certainly enjoy it.

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Recent research in the development of young children has emphasized the importance of a quality education during the early years of a child’s life. Recognizing the significance of this research and assisted by state funding and legislation, the Union City Board of Education has made a commitment to expand and enhance the quality of early childhood education in Union City.

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