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ABOUT OUR SCHOOL
Vision and Mission
Maira Guzman, ESL/Dual Language Team Leader
Krista Laney, RN
Wendy Cervantes, Dual Language
Nicole Wingert, Dual Language
Lauren Iwanski, Dual Language
Linda Valentine, Dual Language
Ana Rivera, Dual Language
Stephanie Manriquez, Dual Language
Merry Metz-Martinez, Dual Language
Vanessa Macias, Dual Language
Sarah Claussen, Dual Language
Jennifer Ibarra, Dual Language
Paige Joerger, Dual Language
Brittany Stirewalt, Dual Language
Amber Ludlow, Dual Language
Claudia Magaña - Magaña, Dual Language
Aaron Norman, Dual Language
Hillary Sietsema, Dual Language
Erika Diaz, Dual Language
Julia Harris, Dual Language
Alycia Devlin, Dual Language
Shayla Stevens, Dual Language
Gomez Heritage Sports
High Ability Learners
Phyllis Christiansen, Dual Language
Megan Pennington - PT
Gabriela Fritz, Bilingual Liaison
All About Ms. Kawecki
Recycling is Cool!
Our Classroom Schedule
Dual Language Program Beliefs Statement
Dual Language Frequently Asked Questions
Volunteer Hours Component
Process for Entering Dual Language Program
What to Expect
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Remember to vary your foods. Eat some from each food group everyda
1. Breads/cereals/rice grains
a. Eat at least 6-11 servings of whole grain foods everyday. One serving is about 1 slice of bread, 1/2 cup cooked pasta, or 1 cup of breakfast cereal.
a. Eat at least 3-5 servings a day. One serving is about 1 cup of cooked or raw vegetables.
a. Eat at least 2-4 servings a day. One serving is about one medium sized apple or 1/2 cup of fruit juice.
a. Eat at least 2-3 servings a day. One glass of milk equals a serving.
b. Remember to choose low fat or skim foods in this group for the healthiest choice.
c. Remember yogurt and cheese are other ways to meet this daily requirement.
5. Meat and Beans
a. Eat at least 2 servings a day. One serving is about the size of one's fist.
b. Remember fish, beans, nuts, and seeds are great ways to get your protein and your daily requirements for the Meat group.
Last of all, choose healthier snacks.
1. An apple instead of a candy bar.
2. Raw vegetables instead of ice cream.
3. Baked chips instead of regular potatoe chips.
4. Lightly buttered popcorn instead of regular or extra butter popcorn.
5. Cereal instead of candy.
Just remember to think outside the box!! When you shop for groceries try to shop the perimeter of the grocery store, that is where all the fresh foods are located, much better choices than processed or canned foods.
There are links for adult and child calculators for BMI-Body Mass Index.
Click on healthy living link. Very informative. Information on nutrition, staying healthy, etc.
Lots of information under parent link or Go Healthy Challenge.
Information on nutrition, for example, serving size, food groups, etc.