No. A healthy lunch should be sent with the child daily. We encourage parents to involve the child in the process of shopping, preparing, and packing a healthy meal void of sugary food. All containers should be easily opened and closed by the child. For primary children, Puddletown provides snacks that are available throughout the day. Elementary students bring their own snack packed with lunch, including an aftercare snack if needed. It is a good idea to check in with your child about lunch and ask if they are getting too much or not enough food.
Due to COVID-19 Puddletown School is currently operating an emergency child care center. Our elementary classes will be following the metrics defined by Governor Brown. Currently our elementary program is operating as a combination of in person and hybrid. Our Department of Education blueprint for reentry is here. Our COVID-19 disease management protocols for our preschool and elementary program can be found here. For information regarding enrollment for children ages 3-11 for the 20/21 school year and beyond, please email email@example.com.