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 see our Lunch Supervision page for more information.

Allergies

Please note that our school has a number of students with severe food allergies. Please talk with your child about the importance of not sharing food with others. Please avoid sending snacks or lunch items that contain nuts. 

Nut Aware School

We do not allow nuts or food containing nuts at our school. See our Illness & Medical page for more allergy information. 

Fun Lunches and Popcorn Days  

Please see the School Council - Fundraiser page for a list of dates for Fun Lunches and Popcorn Days:  Fun Lunch and Popcorn Dates. All orders can be made through www.healthyhunger.ca. 

Snacks at School 

We encourage healthy food choices and recommend that students drink water while at school. We encourage students to bring a water bottle (labeled with their name) each day and to take the bottle home each evening for washing. We also encourage students to make healthy snack and lunch choices and discourage them from bringing candy and high sugar foods to school. We provide a snack break in the morning so please think about how you will help your child understand what is for lunch and what would be a good snack.

Utensils 

Please remember to send the proper eating utensils to school with your child’s lunch and/or snacks.

Nut Aware School

We do not allow nuts or food containing nuts at our school. See our Illness & Medical page for more allergy information. 

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