Outside Food Policies

Outside Food Policy:

1. Parents or guardians are not to bring food or drop off to students, unless a student has forgotten their lunchbox at home. Please drop off lunchboxes by 10:15am to ensure your child has their lunch in time.

2. Parents are only permitted to bring hot food/fast food when they come in for lunch with their child (sign up for lunch in the ADDitions portal). 

3. Food deliveries for students of any kind are not permitted on campus, both during school hours and after school hours.  This includes pizza delivery, Uber Eats, etc.

3. Homemade food items are not to be shared in any group setting on campus. This includes both during school hours and after school hours.

4. Students are not allowed to share food at school as it is a health risk. 

*For information on bringing in a treat for a student's birthday (K-5 only) please go to the parents tab above and then to FAQs and scroll down to the birthday treat question.

K-5 Snack Policy:

Students in grades K-5 are encouraged to bring a healthy snack each day. 

-If parents choose to send their student with a snack, the snack must be one that can be consumed within 5 minutes Snacks are limited to the following:  dry foods that will not stick or stain

-Students are welcome to bring a water bottle.  (Please do not send beverages other than water)

-Make sure that your child's SMALL healthy snack is easy to eat in the classroom.

-Pack your child's snack separately from their lunch. 

-The school does not provide snacks and children cannot visit the cafeteria for snack time.    DO NOT send in nut products as there may be students in the class with nut allergies. 

-Please read your snack labels and DO NOT send in snacks that state: "Manufactured in a factory containing nut products."

-This snack is a working snack.  Your child will have snack while they complete assignments.  -Please do not send in any item that will take longer than 5 minutes to finish.

-Snack labels will not be read by school personnel. 

-This will be the responsibility of the adult sending the snack to school.   

Reviewed: July 2023