Noon Supervision

For more information see our Noon Supervision page.

Fun Lunches

**Due to COVID-19, Fun Lunches are not occurring at Richmond School this year.**

This year School Council and Parent Fundraising Association of Richmond School have decided to try Fun Lunch Mondays (once a month) with the help of a new vendor called Healthy Hunger. It is an online program that will be bringing lunches to our school from various participating restaurants.

What is Healthy Hunger?

Here is a video from Healthy Hunger that will explain how you can create a profile. If you do not have access to the internet for online ordering a computer will be available at the school. All Hot Lunch ordering and payments will be done online. Any funds that we make from Hot Lunch will be used to support our school learning community.

Brown Bagging

**Due to COVID-19, Richmond School is not currently participating in Brown Bagging.**

Richmond School is very pleased to be part of a community program called “Brown Bagging 4 Calgary Kids”. Every Monday and Wednesday, we have fresh sandwiches, fruit, veggies and different healthy snacks brought in. These lunches are available to any student that may need it – whether it is every day or just an emergency when they have forgotten their lunch. We can feed any child if needed. 

If you find you are in need, do not hesitate to contact the office and speak to us. We are here to help, as we never want a child to be hungry.

Note: the school does not provide cutlery, hot water or microwave ovens for students. 


Richmond School strives to be a nut-free zone. Please support us in keeping all of our students healthy and safe by ensuring that your children do not bring nut products into the school. Parents of children with allergies must fill out appropriate forms. See more on our Illness & Medical page.

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Our Kinders have been busy this week beading Indigenous patterns and representing Harmony! Great work!

It may have been virtual, but the Grade 4/5 students enjoyed their Open Minds week with the Calgary Public Library last week. They managed to get out for daily walks each day!

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Our hoodie design challenge has been a screaming success!! Mr. G’s class was the Division 2 class with the most participation!!! They were just a little bit excited!! Grade level winners and the favourite overall design will be announced next week!!! #richmondhasheart