Parkland School Division’s Wellness Initiative in partnership with Alberta Health Services is hosting a Food for Change Event on March 9, 2016 from 5:00-8:00 p.m., for schools, students and parents groups who organize snacks/canteens, lunch programs, and fundraising activities. If you are interested in attending or are interested in getting involved in this capacity here at Parkland Village School contact the school office and let us know. You can find more details below or by visiting the Food For Change Event link.
A letter was already sent home, but in case you haven’t heard…
Parkland School Division Youth Resiliency Initiative and Spruce Grove Save on Foods has formed a partnership and are pleased to introduce the “Cold Lunch Counts” program, providing a nutritious cold lunch option for our students, if they wish to participate. Parents will be ordering online for the cold lunch to ensure accuracy and to make the process as easy for everyone as possible. If you have any questions or problems with the ordering process, please contact the school and make us aware.
Click the link to view the instructions and participate in the Cold Lunch Counts program.
We had a great first day with lots of excitement from our staff and students. We also sent a hard copy of our September newsletter home but here is the digital version.
Click here to view the Parkland Village School September 2014 Newsletter in your browser.