Our lunchroom program runs four days a week (Monday through Thursday). Please see the Fees page for more information about lunchroom fees. We have four lunchroom supervisors who support and supervise students both on the playground and in the lunchroom. Teachers, administration and other staff members are also deployed to supervise outside as required. 

Schedule

Our lunchtime is broken into three time frames. 

  • 11: 55 AM  students eat in the gym
  • 12:10 PM  Students are dismissed as they finish eating to go outside and play. 
  • Students may stay in the lunchroom and eat their lunch until 12:15 PM. 
  • 12:45 PM Students back inside to their classrooms. 

We are flexible with our lunchroom support providing early opportunities for students to eat, or extending eating time for those that need more time. Please consult with your child's teacher if you have any concerns about your child's needs during lunchtime.

We are flexible with our lunchroom support providing early opportunities for students to eat, or extending eating time for those that need more time.  Please consult with your child's teacher if you have any concerns about your child's needs during lunchtime. 

Healthy Snacks

We try to keep healthy snacks on hand should students need them. This is meant to be an occasional support for students. Even so, we do find that we go through a lot of snacks over the course of a week. We are happy to accept healthy peanut-free snack donations from parents. Please contact the office if you can help. Learn more about Bringing Celebration Snacks to Share.

Healthy Hunger

At times students come to school without lunches. We are fortunate to partner with the good folks from Healthy Hunger who provide us lunch options for students who do not have food at lunch. This is meant to be an emergency back-up for students / families not a daily support. 

We Are Allergy Aware

Please help us to keep our students who have nut and peanut allergies safe. We have several children at Belfast who, if they are exposed to these, may have an anaphylactic reaction. Out of consideration for these students we request that foods containing nut products not be brought to school. Information for specific classrooms will be communicated by your classroom teacher. See more information on our Illness & Medical page.

Lunchtime

Our lunchroom program runs four days a week (Monday through Thursday). Please see the Fees page for more information about lunchroom fees. We have four lunchroom supervisors who support and supervise students both on the playground and in the lunchroom. Teachers, administration and other staff members are also deployed to supervise outside as required. 

Schedule

Our lunchtime is broken into three time frames. 

  • 11: 55 AM  students eat in the gym
  • 12:10 PM  Students are dismissed as they finish eating to go outside and play. 
  • Students may stay in the lunchroom and eat their lunch until 12:15 PM. 
  • 12:45 PM Students back inside to their classrooms. 

We are flexible with our lunchroom support providing early opportunities for students to eat, or extending eating time for those that need more time. Please consult with your child's teacher if you have any concerns about your child's needs during lunchtime.

We are flexible with our lunchroom support providing early opportunities for students to eat, or extending eating time for those that need more time.  Please consult with your child's teacher if you have any concerns about your child's needs during lunchtime. 

Healthy Snacks

We try to keep healthy snacks on hand should students need them. This is meant to be an occasional support for students. Even so, we do find that we go through a lot of snacks over the course of a week. We are happy to accept healthy peanut-free snack donations from parents. Please contact the office if you can help. Learn more about Bringing Celebration Snacks to Share.

Healthy Hunger

At times students come to school without lunches. We are fortunate to partner with the good folks from Healthy Hunger who provide us lunch options for students who do not have food at lunch. This is meant to be an emergency back-up for students / families not a daily support. 

We Are Allergy Aware

Please help us to keep our students who have nut and peanut allergies safe. We have several children at Belfast who, if they are exposed to these, may have an anaphylactic reaction. Out of consideration for these students we request that foods containing nut products not be brought to school. Information for specific classrooms will be communicated by your classroom teacher. See more information on our Illness & Medical page.

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