Cafeteria & Menu

Healthy Hunger Fun Lunches

If you wish to order your child lunch through Healthy Hunger see the dates below. Parents are to be reminded that last dates to order are the Thursday evenings the week before.

All orders are to be done online through www.healthyhunger.ca

Lunchroom & Nutritional Break

The lunchroom is open Monday through Thursday for students who want a clean, safe place to sit and eat. The cafeteria in the lunchroom – The Pit Stop – is operated by students under the supervision of a teacher. The cafeteria will provide a limited assortment items that fall within the CBE nutrition guidelines. 

Microwaves and hot water will be available for student use. Snacks and drinks are also available at our school store, Hawks n Stocks.

Students who wish to visit our local vendors (7-11 and CPU Pizza) are asked to make their purchases in the first 20 minutes of the lunch break and then return to our school for the remainder of lunch.

Everyone in the school can and should expect a lunch break free from disruptive behaviour, other people’s garbage and rough play. We expect everyone to respect the community, our school building and all people. Students are responsible for cleaning up after themselves. 

Any student abusing lunchtime privileges and/or facilities may be held responsible for the clean-up. A lack of co-operation in this area may result in students losing lunch hour privileges.

As the school has an early dismissal on Fridays a nutrition break is built into the timetable to provide students and staff a chance to have a snack and refreshments. Due to the short length of time, students are not allowed to leave the building during the Friday Nutrition Break.

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