Fun Lunch and Fun Snack

Mark your calendars!  The dates for Fun Lunch and Fun Snack are booked!  All orders can be placed through

Sept 26- fun lunch

Oct 24- fun snack

Nov 28- fun lunch

Dec 19- fun snack

Jan 8- fun snack

Jan 23- fun lunch

Feb 27- fun snack

March 4- fun snack

March 18- fun lunch

April 30- fun snack

May 6- fun snack

May 28- fun lunch

June 25- fun snack

Students Who Go Home for Lunch

Students who go home for lunch are released by their teachers and exit through their assigned doors. For the first few weeks of school, children in Grade 1 are released by their teachers to their assigned contact. Once they are used to the routine, they will come out on their own.

Students who go home for lunch should be back at school by 11:49 AM. On blue days or rainy days, when the lunchroom students stay inside, it is recommended to drop your child off at the office doors after lunch, if the other outside doors are locked.

Please note that students who go home for lunch can fully participate in Fun Lunches and can also join lunchtime clubs.

They will need to bring their lunch and eat under the supervision of the teacher(s) offering the lunchtime club Should you require your child to attend the lunchroom program on a regular basis instead of going home for lunch, you can register your child during the year. Drop-in passes can also be purchased in groups of 5, at $5 each. If you require your child to attend the lunchroom as a drop-in, you need to call the lunchroom line 403-777-8670 Ext. 2. You will be asked to sign a drop-in form and pay the fee as soon as possible.


Please be aware several students have a potentially life-threatening allergy to peanuts. For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

Noon Supervision

Our lunchroom is CBE operated with all of our supervisors being employed by the Board under the supervision of the principal. The lunchroom is open to all students. Learn more about Noon Supervision

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