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Lunch Program

PURPOSE

We have established a lunch program at Glenwood School to assist: 

  1.  families with children who live a long distance from the school 
  2.  families with working parent(s) 
  3. families who, on occasion, need assistance with lunch arrangements. 

GUIDELINES

The lunch program is intended for students in grades 1-6 who are unable to go home for lunch due to distance or parent/guardian work schedules. ALL students who are able to go home for lunch should be doing so and they should not be returning to the school until just before 12:40. 

Children who stay for lunch at Glenwood will be supervised by adult employees of the School Division. They will eat lunch in the building from 11:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. At that time they will go outside, along with the adult supervisors, for the remainder of the lunch hour. We feel the exercise and fresh air is beneficial, however, on days of severe weather the children will remain in the school.

Schools are not required to provide lunch programs for students. This means that staying for lunch is a privilege and not a right. Students who misbehave, or students who do not follow the rules of the lunch program, will be contacted by administration and may be withdrawn for the lunch program Parents will receive at least one warning if exclusion from the lunch program is being considered.

Expectations regarding behaviour in the lunch program are the same as the expectations we have for students at any other time. Students are expected to treat the facilities and other people with respect and to follow the rules of the lunch program.

  • All students staying for lunch, whether full time or casual, must be registered in the lunch program. As students staying for extracurricular activities still require supervision while they are eating their lunch, school division policy requires families to pay to stay on that day. These fees are used to pay the paid lunch supervisors.
  • Lunch students are expected to eat at school, in the approved areas, and to remain on the school grounds for the entire lunch hour.
  • Students who are NOT in the school lunch program SHOULD NOT return to the school until 12:40 which is when the first bell rings, as there is no supervision provided for non-lunch students.
  • Students in grades 7 & 8 are expected to go home for lunch. If there are special circumstances that warrant them staying at school for lunch, please contact Mr. Fries directly to make arrangements. Grade 7 & 8 students who stay will pay the lunch fee and will be assigned duties to assist with younger students 

FULL-TIME LUNCH FEES

Term 1 4 months (Sept. – Dec) x $15.00 = $60.00/child (max $120.00 per family)
Term 2 3 months (Jan. – Mar.) x $15.00 = $45.00/child (max $90.00 per family)
Term 3 3 months (Apr. – June) x $15.00 = $45.00/child (max $90.00 per family)
Year 10 months (Sept – June) x $15.00+ $150.00/child (max. $300.00 per family)

At time of registration, prepayment will be required. Payment may be made in a lump sum or by post-dated cheques for each term. Official Tax Receipts will be issued for regular lunch program students only, not casual students. They are issued once a year, at the end of the fiscal year. Any costs incurred collecting late payment fees will be added to the amount owed unless prior arrangements have been made. For further details, please call the school at 233-3619.

CASUAL LUNCH FEE

Casual lunch supervision is available for $1.00/day. Please send the $1.00 to school with your child on the day that they are staying or you can purchase a sheet of casual lunch tickets from the school. The cost is $20.00/sheet of 20 tickets. You send a ticket to school with your child on the day that they stay for lunch and they give it to the lunch supervisor. This eliminates the need to send cash to school with your child.

MILK TICKETS

Milk tickets are also available in the office to purchase for $15.00/sheet of 20. 

School Canteen 

The canteen (next to the gym) is open daily from 12:15 p.m. to 12:40 p.m.

Canteen Items & Prices

Soup

$2.00

Bagel w/cream cheese or cheese whiz$1.50
Cheese Strings$0.50
Yogurt tubes$0.50
Apple Sauce$0.50
Granola Bar$0.50
Fruit Cup$0.75
Piece of fresh fruit$0.50
Juice$0.50
Milk$0.75
Cheese Whiz Sandwich  $0.75
Meal Deal:  includes cheese whiz sandwich, piece of fresh fruit and a carton of milk.  $2.00
 
 
 
   
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Look at these amazing titles! Glenwood is very grateful for the Indigo Community Response Fund. Each of our k-8 students received a donation of fantastic, new books. We love to read and now we have fresh, new titles.Thank you!!! @IndigoLOR https://t.co/O1nHVlcAyE @Karen_Burkett https://t.co/RyQE4JE6Uu

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Glenwood School says thank you Indigo Community Response Fund! So much excitement in gr. 7. "How did they know I would have picked this book myself?" Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.@IndigoLOR https://t.co/O1nHVlcAyE @Karen_Burkett https://t.co/vVvq0ZVxaG

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These Glenwood gr. 7 readers dove right into their new books from the Indigo Community Response Fund the moment they received them. "These are ours?? To keep?!?!" Thank you from the bottom of our hearts. @IndigoLOR https://t.co/LA4AHEEPwj @Karen_Burkett https://t.co/LAKXUnY230

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