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Meet Up & Eat Up: Free Summer Food Program

Meet Up and Eat Up is a collaborative movement to ensure that every child has access to nutritious meals

Boyne Falls School has been approved for the Meet Up and Eat Up grant! This opportunity is not limited to Boyne Falls students and is available to any Northern Michigan children. Breakfast and lunch will be served most every day this summer, here at Boyne Falls School FREE to ALL children, 18 years and younger. For Boyne Falls families, we will be running a bus throughout the district to assist in making this available to . . .

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July 2016 Menu

Any child under 18 may eat free. Adult Lunch: $5.00. Breakfast is served from 9-9:30 and Lunch 11:30-12:30. Click on Menu to Enlarge.

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Boyne Falls Preschool

Now Enrolling 3 & 4 Year Olds!

Boyne Falls Public School has two preschool classrooms: a 4-year-old GSRP program and a Little Loggers classroom which serves 3 & 4-year-olds.  Our teaching team is highly qualified in early childhood education, our curriculum is researched based and our classrooms are thoughtfully designed to best serve children's developmental and academic needs. Please feel free to call (231) . . .

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Congratulations to the Graduating Class of 2016!

Photos from the Class of 2016 Graduation Ceremony which took place Sunday, June 5th in the gymnasium (click to view).

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Chef Nathan featured in Petoskey News-Review's "The Graphic"

Nathan Bates, chef at Boyne Falls Public School, has created an atmosphere that encourages students to try something new while eating healthy. Read the print article HERE. Watch the video HERE.  

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Boyne Falls School Hoop House Garden

If They Grow It, They'll Eat It

Thanks to Chef Nathan, his wife Kristin and parent volunteer Martina Hahn, our school hoop house garden is becoming a productive tool at Boyne Falls School! The hoop house is used to grow herbs, fruits and vegetables which are then used to feed our students, staff and members of the community. The hoop house garden helps to supply our school kitchen with fresh produce along with giving our students an opportunity to feel . . .

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