DIET AND NUTRITION AT OGA

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Oak Grove Academy has a full time chef on staff who sources the organic raw materials for his culinary creations on a daily basis!  Every day Chef Vincent makes sure each child gets the calcium, fiber, potassium and vitamin D they need in the most healthiest and fun fashion possible, and if organic is not feasible, at least your child is served something natural.

The experimented palettes of OGA children regularly enjoy a healthy and creative variety of dishes which not only taste good, but are good for them.

Parents are amazed their children not only eat but devour, such foods as kale, spinach, broccoli, many types of squash, curries, red beans and rice, elaborate stews, etcétera.

We also happily attend to gluten free, vegan, vegetarian and kosher dietary requirements.

MENU

Monday 6/24

Breakfast
Cheese toast and milk

Lunch

Chicken, spinach and kale quinoa soup, whole wheat crackers, apple slices, and milk

Snack

Nutri grain bars and fruit water

Tuesday 6/25

Breakfast
Oatmeal and milk

Lunch

Diced ham with a creamy alfredo sauce over whole wheat penne pasta, peas, fresh cut strawberries, and milk

Snack

Cheese sticks, whole wheat crackers and water

Wednesday 6/26

Breakfast
Whole grain pancakes, syrup and milk

Lunch
Simmered southwestern beans with ground beef, coleslaw, peach slices, and milk

Snack
Cinnamon applesauce, graham crackers and water

Thursday 6/27

Breakfast
Yogurt, fruit and milk

Lunch

Homemade tuna macaroni salad with carrots and celery, pickle wedges, pineapple tidbits, and milk

Snack
Goldfish, raisins and water

Friday 6/28

Breakfast
Multigrain cereal and milk

Lunch

Tavern sandwich on a whole wheat bun, vegetable straws, mixed fruit, and milk

Snack
Vanilla wafers and milk

 

Why Oak Grove Academy?

  • Two Decades of producing Academically Superior Graduates avails award winning Oak Grove Academy as The Gold Standard
  • STREAM Curriculum (Science, Technology, Reading and wRiting, Engineering, the Arts and Math)
  • State of the Art Safety and Security (Peace of Mind for Parents), Cleanliness, Nutrition, and Physical Education
  • Caring and Nurturing Educators of Significant Tenure, who are Degreed (Masters and/or Bachelors) in Early Childhood Education
  • Structure to Learn, Freedom to Explore
  • Children Master the Four C's of 21st Century Learning (Collaboration, Communication, Creativity and Critical Thinking)