Lunchtime

Noon Supervision

Students in Gr. 5-6 pay CBE Noon Supervision Fees.  Lunch supervisors and other support staff are deployed to supervise students in the Cafeteria for the first half of the lunch hour.  

Students in Gr. 5-6 must remain on campus for the duration of the lunch hour.  Gr. 7-9 students have permission to leave campus with the expectation that they will demonstrate good citizenship in the neighbourhood and return to school punctually for the start of afternoon classes.  Students are encouraged to make healthy choices when bringing food or purchasing food in the community.  Every attempt to reduce waste is encouraged.

Allergies | Nut-Free

We have children at our school who are allergic to nuts and related nut products, we strive to be a Nut-Free School. For more information about this and other health concerns visit our Illness & Medical page.

Online Lunch Ordering

The Healthy Hunger electronic ordering system is now in place for Wednesday lunches and Friday Booster Juices at Woodman School. This system allows parents to order and pay for food online which is delivered to the school and served by parent volunteers.

Healthy Hunger provides convenient ordering and electronic payment for parents. If you would like to participate, please register your student(s) on the website and follow the instructions for ordering. Please note that you must re-register students each school year to ensure that information is accurate.

You can sign up and pay for lunches for the entire year all at once or you can do so on a weekly/monthly basis. Remember to cancel orders before the deadline if you know your student will be absent on the delivery day.

Fun Lunches are one of the main fundraisers for Woodman School Council. Money raised is used to purchase supplies and equipment, books and technology, and to support kids in need at Woodman. 

Contact woodmanlunch@gmail.com if you have any issues, questions, or if you need assistance with registering or ordering. 

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