Lunch Supervision Line: 403-777-8680

If your child is registered for Lunch Supervision and will be away during the noon hour, please advise us by leaving a voicemail. 

Lunch Supervision

The Calgary Board of Education provides students with the option to stay at school for lunch. Lunch Supervision is offered to all students in Grades 1- 6 and in our full-day kindergarten programs for an annual fee. Please visit our Lunch Supervision page for more information.

Lunch Schedule

All students will be eating at the same time this year. Students in Grades 2-6 will eat lunch in their own classrooms, while students in the Grade 1 Regular Program will eat at tables set up on the stage. All students will be given from 11:30 – 11:52 to eat and then everyone will head outside for some fresh air and exercise until 12:15 PM.

Leaving School Grounds During the Lunch Hour

For students registered in the lunch program, leaving the school or the playground at noon is not permissible. We are responsible for providing a safe, supervised environment for all our lunch-room students over the entire lunch period. Daily attendance and adult supervision are critical components of this commitment. Hence, our policy is that students registered in our lunch program will not be allowed to leave the school grounds without the supervision of an adult.

If you are taking your child off school premises during the lunch hour, the parent/guardian is responsible for physically signing out their student in the school office. Phone-in authorizations are not acceptable. Students cannot be signed out by anyone who is not on the student’s Emergency Contact List and even then we must have a parent/guardian’s consent.  Our most important responsibility is the safety and security of your children.

In Our Lunchroom

Please remember to include cutlery with your child’s lunch as this is not provided at school. There is no access to microwaves for students. Due to safety concerns, hot water is not available for student lunches.

Fun Lunches

We are excited to announce that Fun Lunches have once again been set up using

Healthy Hunger is a website where families can first register and then order healthy lunches for their children. On the backside of this letter, you will see the simple steps to get started. As in previous years, if you require assistance, then please do not hesitate to contact School Council at We will be more than happy to assist you.

Fun Lunch Dates


Deadline to Order or Change Orders

Thursday, October 31

Little Caesars

Thursday, October 24

Thursday, November 14

Jugo Juice

Thursday, November7

Thursday, December 12

Taco Time

Thursday, December 5

Thursday, January 16

Wok Box

Thursday, January 9

Wednesday, February 12

Little Caesars

Wednesday, February 5

Thursday, March 12


Thursday, March 5

Thursday, April 16

Mucho Burrito


Thursday, May 14



Friday, June 5

Modern Jelly Doughnuts


When you purchase a Fun Lunch, you are not only providing a healthy lunch for your child, but you also have the option of donating $1.00 towards our Caring for Our School Community initiative.  This important initiative supports families in our community facing financial challenges.

The deadline for Fun Lunch orders are one week prior to the Fun Lunch dates.


Midnapore School Fundraising Society

Pizza Day

Occasionally, our students and staff get to enjoy a free pizza for lunch. Please check our school Calendar for the next scheduled Pizza Day.


Learn more about allergies and other medical information on our Illness & Medical page.

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