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. Please visit our Lunch Supervision page for more information.

Students registered for full-time Lunch Supervision are expected to remain on school property for the duration of the lunch hour. Permission to leave the school (visit a friend for example) must be given in writing by a parent or guardian for each occurrence. Our duty to supervise safely does not allow for ongoing or open-ended permission to leave the school over the lunch hour. Permission should be given to the classroom teacher.

Healthy Hunger

Special Lunches

Are only for Grade 1-6 students

Special Snacks

Orders are open to all students

Ordering

All ordering is done through the Healthy Hunger website

Lunch Hour Expectations

Working as a team, students, school staff and parents make our Lunch Supervision service successful! Our partnership is strengthened by clear expectations. As the noon period is a part of the school day, the same behaviour is expected of the children as outlined in our Code of Conduct

The School is expected to:

  • Provide a safe and secure place for students to have their lunch break.
  • Provide noon supervision to: walk-limit students as user-pay service.
  • Accommodate a drop-in program

Students are Expected to:

  • Be considerate of each other, staff and other adults (be it on the playground or within the building)
  • Demonstrate proper respect and care for articles belonging to self, school, and others
  • Follow school regulations and noon supervision service rules
  • Resolve differences without physical violence or abusive language or gestures
  • Display appropriate positive and polite behaviour in gatherings
  • Move in the hallways in an orderly fashion which is quiet and non-disruptive to others

Parents are expected to:

  • Submit a completed registration form and pay the required fees
  • Confirm that they are aware of the school’s discipline policy and that they understand their child’s participation in the service is contingent on complying with the policy
  • Identify any allergies or medical conditions that their child may have
  • Provide their child with a lunch that meets their child’s needs and weather-appropriate clothing
  • Provide advance notice for a full-time student who will be absent from the lunch supervision service
  • Provide advance notice to have a drop-in student stay for lunch
  • Agree to work collaboratively with lunch supervision staff to resolve any inappropriate behaviour by their child during the lunch supervision service.
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