Food Service / Health Corner

Taste Tests Confirm ~ Revolution Foods is a Hit

Our lunch program is up and running and recent taste tests confirm that students love the food.   Offered at a very reasonable price of $4.75 per meal, Revolution Foods offers great tasting, healthy lunches for our students. To purchase meals, click here and register, using “aea1” as the passcode.     Please be sure […]

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Free and Reduced Lunch Application

Albert Einstein Academy participates in the National School Lunch Program by offering healthy meals every school day.  Your children may qualify for free or reduced-price meals by completing the Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals.  Eligible students may receive meals at the reduced-price rate $0.40 for lunch.  Students may buy lunch for $4.75. Please download […]

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New Lunch Service

Our lunch service is now in place.  Please note that orders must be placed at least one week in advance.  Order by Monday at midnight for lunch service the following week. GET STARTED Go to: https://aea.orderlunches.com (please bookmark this page) Click on Register:  The password is: aea1, add account, profile(s) information Sign In & the Welcome page displays with […]

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Summer Meal Programs

Meals for Children When School Is Out   California’s summer nutrition programs can help feed your children healthy meals during the summer months. The summer meal sites are located throughout California. Look for a site near you!   Visit the California Department of Education Food Program Web page at http://www.cde.ca.gov/ds/sh/sn/summersites.asp.   On the Web page, […]

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AEALAS Weekly Wellness Information

10 Tips to a Healthy Valentine’s Day February is American Heart Month. What better time to highlight the importance of good heart health than in February, when so many individuals celebrate Valentine’s Day? This day is traditionally celebrated with expressions of love for one another through the presentation of chocolates, confections and other sweets. Other […]

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AEALAS Weekly Wellness Information

It seems we are in the midst of an obesity crisis in the United States. You, of course, probably already know this from watching the news, reading magazines, and simply looking around. Aside from the social disadvantage of being overweight or obese, there can be serious medical consequences. Prevention…well, like most things in medicine, prevention […]

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AEALAS Weekly Wellness Information

Once when I tried being a vegetarian for 3 years in college. I broke down for a steak and asked my friend if I could have a bite, and devoured the entire thing. Once I did start eating meat again,  I could have cared less about eating chicken though. In fact, after returning to eating […]

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AEALAS Weekly Wellness Information

Head Lice Tips: Tis’ the season for the back-to-school fun to start with kids scratching their heads and parents frantically worrying if their children brought home lice to share with the whole family. Even if you don’t actually have lice, just talking about it generally triggers compulsive itching and endless worries. Hopefully, you’re lucky and […]

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AEALAS Weekly Wellness Information

Five Minutes or Less for Health Weekly Tip: Make Health Your Resolution Make 2015 your healthiest year yet! Find ways to boost your health, fitness, and well-being, and be an inspiration to others! ·         Make healthy food choices. Grab a healthy snack on the go. Eat more fruits and vegetables. ·         Be active. Take the […]

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AEALAS Weekly Wellness Information

Five Minutes or Less for Health Weekly Tip: Have a Healthy Holiday Take a few minutes to give the gift of health and safety to yourself and others this holiday season. ·         Wash hands often for 20 seconds. ·         Bundle up for warmth. ·         Get a flu shot if you haven’t gotten one already. The […]

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