Lunchtime

Lunch Supervision

The Calgary Board of Education provides students with the option to stay at school for lunch. Lunch Supervision is offered to all students in Grades 1- 6 and in our full-day kindergarten programs for an annual fee. More information on our Lunch Supervision page.

Food Preparation Notice

Lunch supervisors are not able to provide boiling water for soups and drinks. Consider preparing your child’s hot foods and drinks at home and use an insulated flask to keep them warm until noon hour.

Food Sharing Not Advisable

Historically, students have marked special events by bringing in treats to share with peers. Over the last few years this practice has come under scrutiny for a variety of reasons: food allergies, healthy food initiatives and parental concerns about food sharing to name a few. For these reasons, we respectfully advise all parents that we can no longer distribute
food items to classmates. In those rare occasions when students do bring food for sharing teachers will instruct students to take it home. This can be awkward and disappointing for students. If you have any questions related to this matter please speak with your child’s teacher.

Allergies

We are a peanut free school. Please do not send peanuts/peanut products to school with your child.  Learn more about Allergies.

Fun Lunches

You've been asked to order your Fun Lunches online... now what? 

Go to www.healthyhunger.ca and register. After your account is created, you will be able to view all upcoming Fun Lunches, place orders and pay for them online with Visa, MasterCard or Interac Debit.

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