Cafeteria & Menu

Lunchtime Attendance Line: 403-777-7800

It is important that you call the lunchtime program attendance line if your child is absent.

Lunch Hour

  • 12:24 - 1:12 PM
  • To limit the number of students in at any given time, we have designated purchase times.  Gr 6: 12:25 - 12:35, Gr 7 12:35 - 12:45, Gr 8: 12:45 - 12:55, Gr 9: 12:55 - 1:05

Ms. Dhaliwal is an amazing cook and serves a variety of different foods throughout the week. There may be butter chicken one day and pasta with garlic bread the next. The menu changes on a daily basis so it is posted at the school level. The lunches can cost as much as $5, but there are other options for less that students can choose from.

Please note: Cash only for Cafeteria purchases.

May 3 - 6 Menu

Hot foods

Monday - Chicken Veg Soup served with small size bun $3.75

Tuesday - Tilapia meal with greens $4.50

Wednesday - Hawaiian Or Vegetarian pizza slices $4

Thursday - Buffalo Chicken Wrap $3.75 

Halal options will also be available beginning May 13

Cold foods - available daily

  • Fresh made sandwich of the day $3.50
  • Cold Chocolate milk  $1-$2
  • Cold Juice Box 75c
  • Fresh baked cookies 75c
  • Snack bars, Juice and other healthy snacks also available.
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