Pizza and PopCorn Days

School Council organizes Pizza and Popcorn days at our school for students and staff. Not only do our students and staff have the opportunity to enjoy a yummy lunch or snack, but these programs also help us raise funds to support our school. 


Mondays (Tuesday when Monday is a holiday). Pizza Orders open for 2023/24, administered via
Term 2 is now open. Last day of Term 1 is Feb. 12, with the new term starting Tuesday, Feb. 20 (due to Family Day holiday).

Deadline to order is February 7 at 11:59 p.m.
We’ve pleased to announce we’ve changed suppliers this year to Panago Pizza, allowing us to drop costs down by .80 cents per slice while offering gluten and dairy free pizza at the same price. Big wins for our school! Panago offers great School initiatives and support, and organic pizza sauce and healthier ingredients. Their School Lunch Program includes comprehensive dietary and allergen information parents/guardians can find here: Panago nutritional and allergen information. Pizza is delivered to your child’s classroom during the second nutritional break every Monday. In the case of a holiday, pizza day moves to Tuesday. 

Pizza Options and Pricing:

Cheese Pizza $2.50/slice

Pepperoni Pizza $2.50/slice

Gluten-Free Cheese Pizza $2.50/slice

Vegan ‘Cheese’ Pizza $2.50/slice

Students cannot bring money into school to buy pizza, since we have no ability to make change and we want to ensure that they have parental permission to buy pizza, and we also have to preorder the pizza.

When there is a holiday or snow day on a Monday we will do “Pizza Tuesdays”. No refunds, replacement lunches, or pick up options will be given for missed days due to sickness or vacations.

Communications for pizza and popcorn sales are sent out via weekly emails from the Principal and emails from your School Council. If you are not receiving emails, please contact [email protected] to make sure you are getting important information from the school.

PopcornFridays (offered every second Friday, starting Sept. 22 2023)
Oct 5, Oct. 20, Nov. 2, Nov. 17, Dec 1, Dec 15)
Popcorn Orders are administered via Parents must register for a new hotlunches account every year. Please choose "Click to Register". 

New for 2023/24, Online orders are made per term (Oct to Feb), or for the full year.  

Same Day Purchase! 
Students also have the option to purchase popcorn on Popcorn Day by bringing in $2.50 to buy at the school instead of ordering online. Quantities of flavours may be limited. 

If there is a holiday or PD Day, we will do Popcorn Thursday. Popcorn will be left in the classroom for any student who is away and missed Popcorn Friday due to a sickness, vacation, etc. If you have any questions or issues with your hotlunches account, please email sc-[email protected] with the subject line "Popcorn". 

Meal Service Frequently Asked Questions

1. When I order, do I have to list my child under their homeroom teacher?

All food orders are separated by the child’s homeroom teacher, therefore it is VERY important that you properly identify your child’s homeroom teacher. If you don’t know, please check with the school before completing your order.

2. Can the food suppliers accommodate allergies?

Our suppliers are very careful to avoid the risk of cross-contamination of common allergens (like tree nuts, peanuts, and sesame) in food preparation and delivery. Parents with concerns about allergies can make a note on their order, and/or contact School Council at: School Council

3. Can I pay with cash or cheque?

We no longer accept cash or cheques for online orders. These payment options require significant volunteer time so School Council voted to move to online payment only. Therefore, you will notice there is no longer a PayPal fee. The current electronic payment system offers several secure ways to pay.

4. Are there nutrition guidelines for the food?

All food complies with the nutrition standards established by the Ministry of Education and Ottawa Carleton District School Board .  All suppliers are approved by the Board as well, and offer adapted menus that meet the nutrition standards. For example, this means that the pizza your child receives may have been modified from `restaurant-style` pizza to meet these guidelines (i.e. for limited fat and sodium levels). This year’s suppliers for Pizza is Pizza Pizza. 

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