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Crock Pot Cooking Class

BFPS Cooking Class Postcard 2017.pdf

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Kindergarten Registration

Welcoming the Class of 2030!

Kindergarten Ad 2017.pdf

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March 17, 2017 Logger Highlights

031717 Logger Highlights.pdf

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March 2017 Logger Monthly

March 3, 2017 Logger Monthly.pdf

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Boyne Falls Early Childhood Summer Program

We are excited to announce that Boyne Falls  School will now be offering an Early Childhood Summer Program! Stay tuned for more information coming soon... :

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InspirED Michigan: Boyne Falls Public School Food Service Program

Q&A: Promoting student health through serving fresh and local food in the cafeteria

Cindy Pineda is the superintendent and K-12 administrator for Boyne Falls Public School and Nate Bates is the chef at Boyne Falls. Together, they work to serve fresh and local ingredients through their food service program for breakfasts and lunches. What’s the process of choosing what to serve the students?   Cindy:   The process mostly falls on Chef Nate, who is a classically trained chef. He focuses on . . .

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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 has become 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 involved . . .

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