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Cardinal Leger Secondary School
18
Oct

Chef Lancers Lead the Way with a Lean Green Gardening Machine!

Cardinal Leger Secondary School, Brampton ON 2017-2018 (Year 2) Three inspiring chefs working together on a massive task is usually a recipe for a disaster. Here at Cardinal Leger the only recipe was WORKING WELL AS A COMMUNITY! This year Cardinal Leger’s Hospitality program was faced with a massive task. The three Chefs/Teachers found out...
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Fellowes High School
11
Jul

Fellowes Fresh Food Project

Fellows High School, Pembroke, ON 2017-2018 (Year 2) Fellowes High School, is located in Pembroke, ON in the Ottawa Valley. It is the largest of seven high schools in the school board with a little over 700 students enrolled. Students come from elementary schools within the small city of Pembroke as well as nearby farming...
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03
Jul

Templeton Secondary

Templeton High School, Vancouver, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) This is our third year running our garden, and in these three years our school of 850 students has seen some amazing moments of learning, both for students and staff. Running a high school garden, even in this short amount of time, has provided the opportunity for...
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Horsefly Elementary Junior Secondary Schools, Williams Lake BC
03
Jul

Adventures in Horsefly

Horsefly Elementary School, Horsefly, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) In the middle of the Province of BC, about 45 minutes east of Williams Lake, in prime ranching and forestry country, surrounded by mountains, lakes and wildlife, one will find the thriving metropolis of Horsefly which includes one very friendly, family-based school, Horsefly Elementary/Junior Secondary. Our school,...
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Heydon Park High School, Toronto
03
Jul

Heydon Park’s Salad Bar Story

Heydon Park Secondary, Toronto, ON 2017-2018 (Year 2) Heydon Park Secondary School is Toronto District School Board’s only all-female high school that provides programming for students with learning challenges to help each student reach their full potential. We run both a credit and non-credit program for just over 150 students where we focus on a...
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29
Jun

Edward Milne Community School’s Farm to School Programs are Growing!

Edward Milne Community School, Sooke, BC Grades 9-12 660 Students, including 70 International Students and 118 of Indigenous Ancestry 2017-2018 (Year 2) At Edward Milne Community School, our students are serving up fresh, local veggies from our salad bar four days a week, 30 week of the year – that’s 2,000 salads served! When I...
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Eastdale CI, Toronto ON
29
Jun

Eastdale CI’s Salad Bar Story

Eastdale Collegiate High School, Toronto ON 2017-2018 (Year 2) Eastdale CI is a small high school located on the East side of downtown Toronto. Our school community is tiny, especially for a Toronto high school. We serve about 100 exceptional students who travel to our school from diverse communities across the city of Toronto. Our...
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Royal Bay Secondary School, Victoria, BC
29
Jun

Royal Bay Secondary – Bringing Curriculum to Life!

Royal Bay Secondary School, Victoria, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) Royal Bay is a three-year old secondary school in the Sooke School District on Southern Vancouver Island, BC. This is the second year we have been working with the Farm to School Canada grant, which is managed collaboratively between our food studies programs and our culinary...
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Robert F Hall Community Secondary School, Caledon East, ON
29
Jun

Robert F Hall CSS is growing!

Robert F Hall Community Secondary School, Caledon East, ON 2017-2018 (Year 2) With our second year quickly coming to a close, Robert F Hall CSS in Caledon East has had a year of many opportunities and challenges to add to the mix. We continued having our grade 11 and 12 hospitality classes prepare a large...
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29
Jun

When the Farm Meets the School

Sk’aadGaa Naay Elementary School, Skidegate, BC 2017-2018 (Year 2) I would like to acknowledge the unceeded territory of the Haida Nation for which I gather, farm and share local food from, Haawa. Venison sliders, fresh local greens, seasonal berries, and halibut soup with fried bread are just a few of the foods on our menu...
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**October 20th is International Chef's Day,** a tribute to the profession of culinary arts! What better way than to share the beautiful posts from our partners and friends who are celebrating their cooks, chefs and kitchen volunteers who cook up delicious, healthy and local meals for students! #InternationalChefsDay #farm2schoolAujourd'hui, c'est la journée internationale des cuisiniers !🌟👨‍🍳Nous profitons de cette occasion pour remercier du fond du cœur l'implication et l'engagement de tous les cuisiniers qui participent aux différents programmes de La Tablée des Chefs. Des Brigades Culinaires, en passant par Cuisine ton avenir, jusqu'aux Cuisines Solidaires, votre contribution est essentielle à notre mission : nourrir et éduquer. 🧡Merci de faire la différence, une portion à la fois, un jeune à la fois.🧡 ... See MoreSee Less
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# **Teaching the Curriculum Through Food Video Series! 🥕📹 ****🎬 Farm to Cafeteria Canada and Growing Chefs! Ontario are proud to share our new Teaching the Curriculum Through Food video series.**These short (5-20 min) videos have been developed, in a partnership between our two organizations, to support and inform teachers and volunteers across Canada who are looking to bring food literacy into their classrooms and engage students through food.**🔎 Check out our first videos in the series!**www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/2021/10/teaching-the-curriculum-through-food/@growingchefsontario @SustainOnt #farm2school #schoolcurriculum #foodliteracy ... See MoreSee Less
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# **🥕📹 Enseignement des matières du programme scolaire avec l’alimentation grâce à une série de vidéos**🎬 C’est avec plaisir que De la ferme à la cafétéria Canada et Growing Chefs! Ontario vous présentent leur nouvelle série de vidéos Enseignement des matières du programme scolaire grâce à l’alimentation.Ces courtes vidéos de 5 à 20 minutes ont été créées dans le cadre d’un partenariat entre nos deux organisations. Elles ont pour but d’informer et de soutenir le personnel enseignant et les bénévoles de tout le Canada qui cherchent à présenter des notions de littératie alimentaire à leur classe et à motiver les élèves grâce à l’alimentation.🔎 Visionnez les premières vidéos de la série!www.farmtocafeteriacanada.ca/fr/2021/10/enseigner-des-matieres-programme-scolaire-avec-lalimentat...@growingchefsontario @SustainOnt #Delafermeàlécole ... See MoreSee Less
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