At PFS, students are provided with breakfast, snacks, and lunch.  Our lunchroom supervisor, Ms. Danette, ensures that students are fed healthy and delicious food throughout the day.  Ms. Sarah, Ms. Robeena, and Ms. Carlynne help Ms. Danette with serving the students.  

Students are welcome to bring their own snack and lunch if they choose, but the majority of students do not bring any food with them to school.  Students are asked to bring in their own labeled water bottle each day to ensure they are staying hydrated throughout the day.  

At PFS, we are teaching our students healthy ways of eating; with that in mind, we remind parents to not send any food that is considered "junk food" to the school with your child, including iced tea, pop, chips, and candy.  If we see a student with these items, we will hold them for your child until the end of the day.  Please help us in ensuring your children are benefiting from the amazing food service program we have at PFS.

Lunch Supervision

Please check with the office for current fees for lunch supervision. All students who participate in the lunch program are required to register in advance. Please visit our Lunch Supervision page for information. 


At PFS, we have children who are allergic to nuts and related nut products, so PFS strives to be a nut-free school. Parents must indicate any special health concerns on the school registration for their child and are encouraged to ensure classroom teachers are also aware of health issues. For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

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