Lunchtime

At this time students will eat their lunch in their designated homeroom from 12:07 pm to 12:25 pm. Students will stay in their assigned seats during the lunch hour. Students are expected to clean up after themselves. At 12:25 pm students will go outside) through your grade appropriate doors). Students should hang out behind the school (no students should be near the road on 37th St). Students are outside at lunch until 12:48 pm. When the warning bell rings students proceed to their grade appropriate door. Students can bring soccer balls, basketballs etc. from home to play with during the lunch hour.

The cafeteria is closed until further notice. Microwaves are also not available at this time for student use. Please bring a snack, water bottle and lunch from Monday – Thursday. On Fridays, bring a snack and water bottle on Fridays as it is early dismissal at 1:00 pm.

*If students have any questions during the lunch hour please see a teacher supervisor.

Fun Lunch

There will be Healthy Hunger fun lunches once a month beginning October. Families can signup online in Healthy Hunger. Details will be provided to families via SchoolMessenger.

Dates

  • September 29, 2021: A&W
  • October 27, 2021: Boston Pizza
  • November 24, 2021: Edo
  • January 26, 2022: Mucho Burrito
  • February 23, 2022: Booster Juice
  • March 30, 2022: A&W
  • April 27, 2022: Boston Pizza
  • May 25, 2022: Edo
  • June TBD

Going Off-Campus at Lunch

We encourage all students to stay on campus at lunch.

However, if your parents allow you to go off our school property during the lunch hour, there are expectations and a schedule to follow.

Expectations

As a representative of A. E. Cross, YOU are expected to show co-operation, respect, and good citizenship around the neighbourhood. Here are some guidelines.

  • Students can buy food at lunch only on their scheduled days
  • Students must bring a bagged lunch on your non-scheduled days
  • If students are not buying food at lunch or after school they should not be in the store with friends
  • Students are expected to place garbage in garbage cans provided
  • Students are expected to follow social distancing protocols
  • Students are expected to wear a mask
  • Students are expected to not share food or beverages

Allergies

For more information on allergies and/or other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page. 

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