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Our latest news bites
Breakfast Club of Canada hosted their third Ontario Leadership Camp at YLCC (Youth Leadership Camp Canada) in Orillia. This year’s theme was DREAM, BELIEVE, TAKE ACTION. Attending the leadership opportunity was a dream come true for Brighton Petch and Julia Banting, grade six students from Tom Thompson Public School.read more
Every day the Aldershot Student Nutrition Program’s team of volunteers serves up a fresh, nutritious breakfast to over 100 students… Every Friday they play “The Breakfast Challenge.”read more
Halton Food for Thought invites its members and community partners to join us December 8th, 2016.read more
- Thank you Aldershot School community volunteers for your fun and innovative approach to food literacy - one Breakfa… https://t.co/7N2SDUr2Mh6 hours ago
- Recently, Aldershot School Breakfast Challengers experienced kumquat for the very first time! All ages love to play! https://t.co/bUVpIrrfLr10 hours ago
- Today is #CIBCMiracleDay. Help ensure #nostudentgoeshungry. @CIBCNow Jolly the Snowman approves! @HaltonFFT student… https://t.co/78xkGtZIbK13 hours ago
62% of all Halton students have access to a Student Nutrition Program
Students in the 2013-14 school year
It costs just $1 to feed 2 students breakfast each day.