Renuka Darling, a grade four/five teacher at Regina Street Alternative, is passionate about bringing healthy school food to the students
Breakfast club coordinator Siobhan Stewart and her team of committed volunteers start every day feeding 50-80 hungry students at St.
In a mouthwatering *crunch* heard all over Ottawa, 3500 elementary students bit into locally-grown fruits and vegetables on March 1,
Making and eating good food has a long history at Sir Guy Carleton Secondary School in Ottawa’s West end. For
Take a look at the Ottawa school food blog for ideas on how to incorporate good food into your school!
Hey Teachers! The Ottawa School Food Network was happy to see you at the Be Curious PD Day on Friday, April
Stephen Skoutajan has been running a food based learning program at Devonshire Community Public School for eleven years. He is
Students at Lester B. Pearson Catholic High School are lining up to volunteer to serve breakfast to 80-100 kids every
When Carley Schelck from Cultivating Cooks approached Woodroffe Avenue Public School with the idea of piloting a series of healthy
Cairine Wilson was one of the first high schools in Ottawa to work with Growing Up Organic. Before this, Growing
Norman Johnston Secondary Alternate Program is the poster child for high impact school food programs. With Mark Frankish as the
In 2016, school life for Mauril-Bélanger’s 200 elementary students began to change with the arrival of their new principal. When
In April of 2016, 110 new students, most of them Syrian refugees, started at Carson Grove, a small elementary school