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+82-2-571-2917/18

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Yangjae 1-dong, Seocho-gu

Seoul, Republic of Korea 06739

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+82-2-571-2917

info@rischool.org

7-16, Nambusunhwan-ro 364-gil,

Seocho-gu, Seoul, Korea 06739

08:30 - 15:00

Monday to Friday

Food Services

RIS is a combination of many cultures.

RIS Student

2016-08-03T14:04:52+00:00

RIS Student

RIS is a combination of many cultures.

This school is clearly unique in both educational philosophy and the unmatched care they have for all students.

RIS Parent

2016-08-03T13:18:58+00:00

RIS Parent

This school is clearly unique in both educational philosophy and the unmatched care they have for all students.

Coming to work at Rainbow International School everyday is like coming to work for your family.

RIS Teacher

2016-08-03T13:53:17+00:00

RIS Teacher

Coming to work at Rainbow International School everyday is like coming to work for your family.

With smaller class sizes, I can know the individual needs of my students and create tasks to help them succeed.

RIS Teacher

2016-08-03T13:54:20+00:00

RIS Teacher

With smaller class sizes, I can know the individual needs of my students and create tasks to help them succeed.

Accountability is essential for success. RIS has two excellent accreditations which reflects the high standards placed on teachers and students.

RIS Parent

2016-08-03T13:56:52+00:00

RIS Parent

Accountability is essential for success. RIS has two excellent accreditations which reflects the high standards placed on teachers and students.

The health of today’s school environment continues to improve. Students across the country are now offered healthier school lunches with more fruits, vegetables and whole grains. The Rainbow International School standards is built on those healthy advancements and ensures that kids are only offered tasty and nutritious foods during the school day. Eating a variety of foods can help prevent diseases such as diabetes, cancer and cardiovascular disease. School food policies help schools provide children with foods and drinks that are part of a healthy diet.

Nutrition Standards for Foods

● Any food serve in schools must:

● Be a “whole grain-rich” grain product; or

● Have as the first ingredient a fruit, a vegetable, a dairy product, or a protein food

● Be a combination food that contains at least ¼ cup of fruit and/or vegetable; or

● Contain 10% of the Daily Value (DV) of one of the nutrients of public health concern in the 2010 Dietary Guidelines for kids (calcium, potassium, vitamin D, or dietary fiber).*

Food is divided into six groups 

• Vegetables and Fruit

• Grain Products

• Milk and Alternatives

• Meat and Alternatives

• Mixed Dishes

• Miscellaneous Items

Eating many different foods helps maintain a healthy, well-balanced diet that provides adequate nutrition. At RIS, students must choose at least three different food groups, so that they are eating more healthy balanced meal.

Lunch Rules

• Wash your hands before you eat (or using Hand Sanitizer)

• Sit down to eat.  Do not Kneels or stand on the lunch tables

• Talk quietly and use good table manners.  Do not play with food

• Throw away all trash and put lunch pails in the proper area

• Students at clean, quite tables will be excused first

• Walk quietly

• Bring your own cup

If you have any questions or concerns feel free to contact me by e-mail and I will be happy to assist you.

Thanks,

Hye-sun. Lee

hyesun.lee@rischool.org

The RIS Nutritionist

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