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Posting Lunch Menus Online
November 15, 2002

"Joe, never feel guilty about having warm human feelings toward anyone." —Ben Cartwright -"Bonanza"


POSTING LUNCH MENUS ONLINE

Parents at the Illinois State University Child Care Center canĀ check out what their children are having for lunch by going to the center's web site. In introducing this feature, center director Karen Stephens noted:

"Those with early childhood nutrition/dietetics, child development and/or children's motor development students may want to encourage them to review our menus to gain insight on what we feel are appropriate and enticing meals for young children. However, anyone with young children may also like to see what types of lunch foods we serve to kids.

To view theĀ ISU Child Care Center monthly lunch menus online, go to www.childcarecenter.ilstu.edu.

If your center's web site has a unique feature that you would like to share with the world wide audience of ExhangeEveryDay, let us know at info@ChildCareExchange.com.



Karen Stephens is the force behind Parenting Exchange, our electronic newsletter for parents in child care centers. For details, go to www.ChildCareExchange.com.

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