Lunch Supervision

Lunchroom supervision is available for students in Grades 1 to 3, who have registered in the Lunch Supervision Program. Students bring their own lunches from home. Please ensure your child brings nutritious lunches that DO NOT require heating or refrigeration. As a number of our students have life-threatening allergies, we request that you help minimize exposure by sending lunches and snacks that do not contain peanut butter or nuts. We are moving to a litter less lunch, so please plan your child’s lunches accordingly. Juice boxes will still get collected. Please visit our Lunch Supervision page for more information.

New Policy: To reduce our carbon footprint and to increase safety during the global pandemic, Hidden Valley School is moving to litter less lunches. Please consider this when creating lunches for your child. He/she will be required to bring home any food/drink that he has not finished.

Lunchroom students are not permitted to leave the school grounds with anyone other than a parent unless the office receives written permission. Parents need to sign out their children if they usually stay for lunch. These guidelines have been designed to ensure a safe and secure place for students to have lunch.

Students who wish to stay for lunch, but who are not registered for the lunchroom program, may pay a drop-in fee of $5. Please advise the office in advance if your child will stay for lunch and the fee will be applied to your MyCBE/PowerSchool account.

Children who go home for lunch regularly are to return to the school through the front doors, just prior to the bell ringing.

Spirit Days

Spirit Days are to celebrate our school as a whole and all of the amazing students that make it such a great place to learn and grow. Spirit Days help build school and community spirit. Students are encouraged to wear their school shirts, or alternately a blue shirt, as a show of school spirit.


At Hidden Valley School, we have a number of children with severe allergies, especially to peanuts and other nuts. To minimize exposure, we prefer if you send lunches and snacks that do not contain peanut butter or nuts. Kindergarten students are not allowed to bring any snack that contains peanut butter or nuts.  Read more on our Illness & Medical page.

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