Lunch Break - 11:50AM - 12:30PM

Grades 4 – 6

Students are to remain on school grounds during the school day with the exception of students who have permission to go home for lunch, or when leaving with parents. Students enrolled in Noon Supervision will eat under the supervision of lunch room supervisors. Students who go home for lunch are expected to go home directly when dismissed. Students may return 15 minutes (but not more) before afternoon classes begin. Regular teacher supervision is only available for 15 minutes before classes begin.  

Drop-in Noon Supervision Fee (Grades 4, 5, & 6): $5 a day - if your child is not registered to stay for lunch but wants to stay occasionally. 

Grades 7 – 9 

Students may leave the campus at lunch provided they return to school on time for classes. Space is available in the school where students may eat their lunch. After lunch, students are welcome to be in the commons areas around the school. During the break students may be able to go to the gym and learning commons or to a classroom to complete assignments/receive help.

Healthy Hunger Lunches

Schedule of available lunch options is as follows:

Mondays - TBD

Tuesdays - TBD

Wednesdays - TBD

Thursday - TBD


Orders are required 5 days before the date of choice.

Account set up, lunch selections and payment is all completed on the Healthy Hunger website by families. Please see their website for further information on the program and helpful tutorials.


We are a “Nut Safe” school and we ask all students to bring only nut-free items to school. See Illness & Medical to learn more about allergy awareness.


We run daily intramurals at lunch time throughout the winter. Grades rotate through a set schedule. Students can check with their teachers for their intramural day.

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