Every Student Deserves a Great Start to Their Day
The Grab and Go Breakfast Program at Bawlf School, provided by the School Council, provides a nutritious snack daily to ensure no child starts their day hungry. Many of our students have long bus rides and a quick snack before class provides the nutrition required to settle them into their first class and be ready to learn. For more information please contact Christee Langkamp School Council Chair at email@example.com
Grab & Go Breakfast Program Purpose & Guidelines
The Breakfast Program at Bawlf School, coordinated by a sub-committee of School Council, provides a nutritious snack daily to ensure no child starts their day hungry. Many of our students have long bus rides and a quick snack before class provides the nutrition required to settle them into their first class and be ready to learn.
To provide a healthy snack in the morning to all students, this promotes healthy food choices.
To follow the Canada food guide and to choose goods that are currently not being offered in any other capacity by school council groups, the school itself and other parent groups.
To create a sense of belonging and acceptance within our school and community in conjunction with the Healthy School Initiative that promotes healthy positive wellness in our children.
To promote and encourage positive interactions with students, families and the school staff.
To have a supply of food that teachers can access and offer to students that they feel are in need throughout the day.
This program is free of charge to the school community
It is open to any students, families and staff. All people in need should have access.
This a school council parent run program, teachers and students are more than welcome to help out.
Any volunteers are encouraged to have a snack with the students as we feel that the positive social interaction with one another enhance the program.
This program is made possible by the generous donations of school families and grant monies.
If you have any questions or concerns please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hot Lunch Program
There is a healthy hot lunch scheduled almost once a week with a total of 32 lunches for the year. All dates can be found on the Bawlf School website calendar, Bulletin newsletter and Facebook page.
Hot Lunch Program Purpose & Guidelines
The Hot Lunch Program at the Bawlf School was formed in 2010 stemming from a request from high school students looking for alternative healthy, affordable hot lunch at the school. The program is a school council parent volunteer program that offers many delicious meals on a weekly basis to students and staff. The aim of the program is to provide this service to our school community at a reasonable cost to parents while at the same time generating some extra funds for the school.
To provide hot lunches to the school community
To have a variety of options for parents, staff and students to choose from
To have an affordable lunch option available to all Bawlf School families and staff.
To offer a menu that provides healthy food choices and promotes healthy eating habits.
Program is available to all school staff, and families of Bawlf School.
This program is a School Council run program that relies on a coordinator to manage the program and parents volunteers to help on hot lunch days.
Restaurants chosen to be a part of the program must offer healthy alternatives, and be allergy conscious.
Hot Lunches On-Line
We offer a menu that provides healthy food choices and promotes healthy eating habits. Our lunches consist of Subway, East Side Mario’s, Panago Pizza, Wok Box, Edo Japan, Mad Platter Catering and homemade lunches which this year includes pancakes and burgers.
This year, you're being asked to order your Hot Lunches on-line. Go to www.HealthyHunger.ca and click "Sign up for a free account". After your account is created, you will register your student(s) and will be able to view all up-coming hot lunches, place your orders, and pay for your orders online with your Visa, MasterCard or Interac Debit. If you have any questions about the Healthy Hunger program, please contact the Hot Lunch Coordinator, Christee Langkamp at email@example.com.
The Healthy Hot lunch program appreciates all the volunteers and donators throughout the year and the parents that take the time to be on our committee. Our program is successful because
of our parents, teachers, staff, and the community support we receive. Thank you for your generosity and thank you for purchasing healthy lunches.
Curious about the Nutrition and Allergy Guides of our lunch providers? Please see links below for this information.
Mad Platter Catering
(still working on this)
East Side Mario’s