Many parents see packing a delicious, nutritious school lunch for their kids as a well-intentioned but impossible effort, but planning and creativity can lead to your children enjoying an incredible homemade lunch.
With a growing concern for public health, school cafeterias are getting rid of some of those tasty concoctions that were oh-so-bad for us (but tasted oh-so-good). Here are some glimpses of wonderfulness that you looked forward to in the lunch line that your kids may never get to experience.
Making school lunches for your kids can get tedious, and often bland. There are only so many options, right? Well, there may be some creative ideas that you’re overlooking. Here are a few fun school lunch ideas your kids will actually be excited to eat.
As a parent, you know how short time on time you can be in the mornings. So what if your child could make their own school lunch? It's not as crazy as it sounds. Here are some tips and lunch ideas easy enough for kids to make.
Harsh critisism of America's school lunch foods has become increasingly common recently, and when compared to foods from other countries, it's not hard to see why. These pictures of fresh fruit, mixed veggies, baguettes, and fish will make you want to study abroad.
A nutritious diet is vital to your child’s success in school, so you do have to put some thought into what goes in the lunch box. But there are ways to make this a more streamlined process—namely, having healthy, easy-to-grab snacks in the kitchen, like jerky.
If you're interested in applying for a free and reduced lunch program but you're not sure whether or not your child is qualified, look no further. Here are the guidelines you need to know about before you apply.
All boarding schools are private schools, but not all private schools are boarding schools. So what are the main differences between them and what should factor into your decision to send your child to one or the other?