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​Student Nutrition Student Immunization Information

Changes to Immunization for Students.pdf

Effective July 1 2014, all school-age children will require proof of immunization against meningitis and pertussis (whooping cough). Also, all children born in 2010 or later will require proof of immunization or evidence of immunity against chickenpox to attend school. This is in addition to existing requirements for proof of immunization against diphtheria, tetanus, polio, measles, mumps and rubella.

Immunization Information for Chatham-Kent Schools from Chatham-Kent Public Health.

Immunization Information for Lambton County Schools from Lambton Public Health.

Student Nutrition Program

apple.jpgThe Student Nutrition Program offers a nutritious breakfast, lunch or snack, to all students in need with no barriers or discrimination.

Our volunteers work diligently to provide a nutritious meal improve the learning capacity, health, and well-being of children and youth in our community.

The program provides an ideal environment for kids to learn about nutrition, social skills, and manners.

One of the basic needs of children is good nutrition. Healthy foods help them to learn and be successful at school.

The key for children is breakfast. Children who have not had breakfast for whatever reason, (working parents, early or long bus ride, finances, etc.) find it difficult to make the most of their educational opportunities.

Student Nutrition Program - Lambton.pdf - includes a list of schools where the program is offered.

Student Nutrition Program - Chatham-Kent.pdf - includes a list of schools where the program is offered.

​Student Nutrition Program - Chatham-Kent French.pdf - includes a list of schools where the program is offered in French.