The State of Iowa has passed a new law, requiring the meningococcal (specifically ACWY) vaccine for students entering grades seven and 12, beginning with the 2017-18 school year. All incoming seventh- and 12th-grade students will need to submit a completed Certificate of Immunization with the Meningococcal (ACWY) vaccination to avoid being excluded from school next year.
On Monday, March 6, 2017, Indian Hills eighth-grade students are invited to participate in our very own version of the Food Network’s “Chopped” reality cooking show.
Students can compete to make a healthy, delicious breakfast. Judges will be Sunny Fresh, Inc. Chef Brent Preppernau, Indian Hills Principal Shane Christensen, WDMCS Food Services Director Willow Dye, and one lucky student!
Students also have the chance to win a $50 Amazon Gift Card. To be eligible, students must complete and turn in the breakfast trivia sheet to the main office.
Thank you to the WDMCS Nutrition Services department and Sunny Fresh Foods, Inc. for hosting the event!
The West Des Moines Community Schools (WDMCS) serves delicious, nutritious breakfasts and lunches at every school. Signing up for school lunch is an easy, convenient way to give your child a well-balanced and healthy meal during the school day. You can also give them a great start to the day by signing up for our breakfasts.
To learn more about our nutrition services, including menus, how to track what your child is eating, and how to set up a meal account, visit www.wdmcs.org/departments/nutrition or call 515-633-5088.