The NHS School Nutrition Team, will work together with students, staff, parents, and the community, to provide nutritious meals in a safe and nurturing environment. It will be our goal to encourage healthier eating habits, while providing a positive break in each students day. If we all work together, we will lead the students of today into a healthier tomorrow.
Harvest of the Month
North Hampton School Nutrition is happy to announce joining the New Hampshire Harvest of the Month initiative. This program was developed by “New Hampshire Farm to School” along with the UNH Cooperative extension. We will be featuring a vegetable every month on our menu. We will hopefully be able to purchase featured produce locally. There will be facts on serving and storage as well as recipes to try at home. If you have recipes you would like to share featuring the “Harvest of the Month” please forward them to Paula Field and we will include them in our recipe box.
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