Attendance Line: 403-777-7360 ext.1

It is important that you call the lunchtime program attendance line if your child is absent.

Lunch

A full meal lunch service is provided to all students. Hot meals at reasonable prices are available. Students who are late may be required to eat lunch in a supervised area. Should students choose to leave school property at lunch, they do so with their parent’s permission. Eating at school is a privilege; students are expected to keep the school clean and to put all waste materials in the garbage cans and recycling cans provided.

Grade 6 Students Staying for Lunch

We provide students with the option of staying at school for lunch. Dedicated Noon Supervision is offered to all students in Grades 6. A noon supervision form must be filled out and Noon supervision fees are charged to parents of all students who use noon supervision services. This service provides students with the opportunity to practice social skills supported by caring adult supervision.

Noon supervision at our school includes:

  • a safe and secure place for children to have lunch -a caring environment that fosters and maintains respectful, responsible behaviors
  • attendance will be taken and communication is made home if a student is absent-a drop-in service
  • access to the service, without a wait list

Each day we have teachers supervising during lunch throughout the school but only Grade 6 students will be eligible to have specific noon supervision, which will require that they sit in a dedicated place in the bistro for the first fifteen minutes of lunch. Once dismissed they must remain in the school and either be in the Learning Commons, movie room or games room. They are not allowed to leave the school property without a note from a parent.

Lunchtime

Attendance Line: 403-777-7360 ext.1

It is important that you call the lunchtime program attendance line if your child is absent.

Lunch

A full meal lunch service is provided to all students. Hot meals at reasonable prices are available. Students who are late may be required to eat lunch in a supervised area. Should students choose to leave school property at lunch, they do so with their parent’s permission. Eating at school is a privilege; students are expected to keep the school clean and to put all waste materials in the garbage cans and recycling cans provided.

Grade 6 Students Staying for Lunch

We provide students with the option of staying at school for lunch. Dedicated Noon Supervision is offered to all students in Grades 6. A noon supervision form must be filled out and Noon supervision fees are charged to parents of all students who use noon supervision services. This service provides students with the opportunity to practice social skills supported by caring adult supervision.

Noon supervision at our school includes:

  • a safe and secure place for children to have lunch -a caring environment that fosters and maintains respectful, responsible behaviors
  • attendance will be taken and communication is made home if a student is absent-a drop-in service
  • access to the service, without a wait list

Each day we have teachers supervising during lunch throughout the school but only Grade 6 students will be eligible to have specific noon supervision, which will require that they sit in a dedicated place in the bistro for the first fifteen minutes of lunch. Once dismissed they must remain in the school and either be in the Learning Commons, movie room or games room. They are not allowed to leave the school property without a note from a parent.

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