Colonel Walker School provides a breakfast program. All students wishing to have breakfast at school may come to the lunchroom between 8:10 and 8:40 AM. Entry for the breakfast club is through the front doors. Once students are finished eating, if time permits, they may go outside for morning supervision. There is no supervision for students prior to 8:10 AM. There is no fee for the breakfast and no registration is required.


Funding for the Breakfast program is provided by the President’s Choice Children’s Charity – PCCC School Nutrition Grant as well as past support from The Boys and Girls Club of Calgary – Food and Nutrition in Schools (FANS).  We extend our appreciation and gratitude for their generosity and support. 


Breakfast Program

Colonel Walker School provides a breakfast program. All students wishing to have breakfast at school may come to the lunchroom between 8:10 and 8:40 AM. Entry for the breakfast club is through the front doors. Once students are finished eating, if time permits, they may go outside for morning supervision. There is no supervision for students prior to 8:10 AM. There is no fee for the breakfast and no registration is required.


Funding for the Breakfast program is provided by the President’s Choice Children’s Charity – PCCC School Nutrition Grant as well as past support from The Boys and Girls Club of Calgary – Food and Nutrition in Schools (FANS).  We extend our appreciation and gratitude for their generosity and support. 


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