Lunchroom

Lunchroom facilities are available to all Glenbrook students, Grades 1 – 6. Currently, most students remain at school for lunch. Students who stay at school for lunch must be registered in the Noon Supervision Program. The cost is $220 per student per year, plus a $10 Activity Fee to cover costs incurred by inclement weather, etc. If you take advantage of the lunchroom program, payment for the month you begin the program and June is required at the time of registration. The lunchroom facility costs $145 for bused students who pay a transportation fee.

Students may also access the lunchroom facility on a drop-in basis. The cost is $5 per student per day. The Lunchroom does not supply utensils or have a microwave. Ensure your child has the necessary cutlery in his or her lunch bag, and that your child's lunch does not require warming in a microwave.

Allergies

Additionally, we have children at our school who are allergic to nuts and related nut products, we strive to be a Nut-Free School. Parents must indicate any special health concerns on the school registration for their child and are encouraged to ensure classroom teachers are also aware of health issues. For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

Fun Lunches

We have set up the restaurants for the rest of the year for our Fun Lunches. You will be able to go online and order all your school lunches for the rest of the year. This is for convenience only - regular ordering deadlines still apply so you can still order each month as usual or the whole year at once if you prefer. Go to www.healthyhunger.ca to order Fun Lunches for the rest of the year.

See our Calendar page for upcoming dates.

Lunchtime

Lunchroom

Lunchroom facilities are available to all Glenbrook students, Grades 1 – 6. Currently, most students remain at school for lunch. Students who stay at school for lunch must be registered in the Noon Supervision Program. The cost is $220 per student per year, plus a $10 Activity Fee to cover costs incurred by inclement weather, etc. If you take advantage of the lunchroom program, payment for the month you begin the program and June is required at the time of registration. The lunchroom facility costs $145 for bused students who pay a transportation fee.

Students may also access the lunchroom facility on a drop-in basis. The cost is $5 per student per day. The Lunchroom does not supply utensils or have a microwave. Ensure your child has the necessary cutlery in his or her lunch bag, and that your child's lunch does not require warming in a microwave.

Allergies

Additionally, we have children at our school who are allergic to nuts and related nut products, we strive to be a Nut-Free School. Parents must indicate any special health concerns on the school registration for their child and are encouraged to ensure classroom teachers are also aware of health issues. For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

Fun Lunches

We have set up the restaurants for the rest of the year for our Fun Lunches. You will be able to go online and order all your school lunches for the rest of the year. This is for convenience only - regular ordering deadlines still apply so you can still order each month as usual or the whole year at once if you prefer. Go to www.healthyhunger.ca to order Fun Lunches for the rest of the year.

See our Calendar page for upcoming dates.

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