Our daughters are unlimited.
Our daughters are unlimited.
Our daughters are unlimited.
Our daughters are unlimited.
Our daughters are unlimited.

Dining Services

#HBatHome Recipes

Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Cookie Dough Hummus
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Cookie Dough Hummus
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe for Oatmeal
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Strawberry Banana Smoothie
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Homemade Granola
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Crispy French Toast
#HBatHome with Chef Keck: Chocolate Peanut Butter No-Bake Cookies
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Protein Bites
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Cookie Dough Hummus
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Blackberry Lemon Popsicles
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Balsamic Vinaigrette
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Recipe Almond Joy Protein Bites
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services Lemonade Recipe
Hathaway Brown Dining Services recipe for salmon
Hathaway Brown School Dining Services lamb recipe
#HBatHome with Chef Bell: Mint Chocolate Caramel Cookies
Hathaway Brown Dining Services pizza dough recipe

Food Philosophy

HB honors the powerful relationships between the food we serve, nutrition, wellness, sustainability, community, and culture: 

Health & Wellness

HB's Dining Service prioritizes serving nutrient-rich, high fiber, whole foods, prepared in-house.

Sustainability

The school's operations reflect awareness of the impact made on communities, the environment, and the economy.

Culture & Community

Food is an expression of culture and identity, and dining together fosters joyful connections between people. 

Lifelong Learning

HB continuously researches the impacts of food choices and implements best practices as they evolve over time. 

Peanut & Food Allergy Policy

Hathaway Brown School recognizes the prevalence of food allergies among children is increasing. The number of young people who had a food or digestive allergy increased 18 percent between 1997 and 2007 and food allergies now affect an estimated four to six percent of children in the United States. In some instances, allergic reactions to foods may be severe and even life threatening and allergic reactions to foods have become the most common cause of anaphylaxis in community health settings.

Thus, in accordance with Ohio Revised Code Section 3313.719, this policy creates a framework for protecting students with known food allergies and to reduce the likelihood of severe allergic reactions while at HB. This policy has been developed in consultation with parents, students, school nurses, teachers, administrative staff, and other community members.

HB is not a peanut-or-tree nut-free environment and it remains the students' responsibility to avoid potentially harmful food.

This policy shall take effect in full on September 1, 2016.

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