Lunchroom Supervision

Noon supervision is available with fees. Students walking or those parents wishing to make use of the lunchroom supervision may do so at any time by paying the monthly fee. Throughout the school year students will be offered to purchase a Fun Lunch. A notification will be sent home when these events are planned. Also see our Calendar.

Playground Use at Lunchtime

We organize a split lunch hour for our Grade 1-6 students, so that only half of them are on the play structure at a time. Grades 1-2 eat first, followed by Grades 3-6. Each group will then have their own play time.

Fun Lunches – Grades 1-6

A King George School Council fundraising initiative, Fun Lunches are available to parents through the Healthy Hunger website. Meals from a wide variety of restaurants will be available to order on Mondays and Thursdays. If you are ordering lunch and would be able to help out at the school on that date sorting and delivering lunches please tick off the appropriate box during the ordering process.

Allergies

We have several students and staff at our school with life threatening nut allergies. We cannot guarantee that these students will not come into contact with nuts or nut residue at our school, however, for their safety we ask that students not bring nut products to school. To this end we also do not allow food sharing between or among students and do not support birthday celebration with food. Please find alternate ways to celebrate your child’s birthday.

For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

Lunchtime

Lunchroom Supervision

Noon supervision is available with fees. Students walking or those parents wishing to make use of the lunchroom supervision may do so at any time by paying the monthly fee. Throughout the school year students will be offered to purchase a Fun Lunch. A notification will be sent home when these events are planned. Also see our Calendar.

Playground Use at Lunchtime

We organize a split lunch hour for our Grade 1-6 students, so that only half of them are on the play structure at a time. Grades 1-2 eat first, followed by Grades 3-6. Each group will then have their own play time.

Fun Lunches – Grades 1-6

A King George School Council fundraising initiative, Fun Lunches are available to parents through the Healthy Hunger website. Meals from a wide variety of restaurants will be available to order on Mondays and Thursdays. If you are ordering lunch and would be able to help out at the school on that date sorting and delivering lunches please tick off the appropriate box during the ordering process.

Allergies

We have several students and staff at our school with life threatening nut allergies. We cannot guarantee that these students will not come into contact with nuts or nut residue at our school, however, for their safety we ask that students not bring nut products to school. To this end we also do not allow food sharing between or among students and do not support birthday celebration with food. Please find alternate ways to celebrate your child’s birthday.

For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

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