Lunchroom Attendance Line: 403-777-6720  Option 2

Lunch Supervision

The CBE lunch program is a user-pay service for students in Grades 1 - 6. Students may be registered in the program on a full-time or drop-in basis. We support noon supervision in a caring environment that fosters and maintains respectful, responsible behaviour. We believe that children need a safe and secure place to have lunch. Visit our Lunch Supervision page for more information.

Lunch supervision is provided by trained meal supervision staff. All students must register prior to attending lunchroom. If your child will not be eating lunch at school every day, they can register as a “drop-in” and pay a daily, rather than monthly fee. Further details are available from the school office. Fees can be paid online through My CBE Account online.

If a child is registered in lunchroom and will not be present on a particular day, please call the school and leave a message on the “Lunchroom” line above. If a child will be leaving the school at noon to accompany a parent or another adult designated by the parent, we ask that the lunchroom supervisor be notified in advance, preferably in writing, and that the adult pick up the child at the school and sign them out at the office. Students in the lunch program may not leave the school grounds. We are responsible for ensuring the safety of students during the lunch hour and we will actively look for children who are not where expected to be.

Students not participating in the lunch program should not return to school until 12:45 PM. With support from the outside agencies listed under the Breakfast Club section, we are able to provide emergency lunches to students should they require one. If you are aware that your child will require a lunch, please contact the school office. If noon supervision fees represent a significant financial difficulty, waiver forms are available. 

Allergy Awareness

CBE schools are nut aware schools. We have both students and staff who have severe allergies and so request your cooperation in helping us keep our school healthy for everyone. Please do not send anything containing nuts to school. For more information, see our Illness & Medical page.

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