• Our lunchroom is CBE operated with all supervisors employed by the Board under the supervision of the Principal. 
  • The lunchroom is open to all students who have registered and paid lunchroom or transportation fees. Tax receipts are issued in January and June for full-time registrants. 
  • Your child’s participation in the program is contingent upon your child’s compliance with the CBE’s Administrative Regulation 6005 – Student Code of Conduct, and expectations for student behaviour at our school. 
  • A Lunch Program Contract of Expectations is also part of the registration process. We are sensitive to those students who have food allergies.

We encourage students to make healthy eating choices. Within a comprehensive school health framework, students learn about active living, healthy eating, and treating others respectfully. Parents support this work by helping ensure children are able to choose healthy food options at home. We ask parents to refrain from sending high sugar treats, such as cupcakes, to celebrate birthdays. Birthday celebrations are primarily family events. 

Plans to send in food or birthday materials should be discussed with teachers and should comply with Administrative Regulation 3047 – Nutrition. These would be foods and beverages that are recommended as healthy choices in Eating Well with Canada’s Food Guide and fall within the “choose most often” category.

Fun Lunches

We are pleased to have Fun Lunch/Snack Program for Battalion Park School. Our Fun Lunch committee has brought in many different food vendors for our students. It is our goal to make Fun Lunch/Snack fun for everyone and also introduce new healthy options for our students to try. See our Calendar page for Fun Lunch\Snack/dates.

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Please be aware several students have a potentially life-threatening allergy to peanuts. For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

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Battalion Park School is committed to working with local Indigenous Elders to build our students' and staffs' knowledge and understanding of Indigenous Ways of Knowing. #TRCCallsToAction #WeAreCBE @yyCBEdu @Indigenous_cbe