Transportation Registration Deadline Approaching

Register before Aug. 1 to ensure service on the first day of school. Registrations received after Aug. 1 may not be processed until after Sept. 18 and will experience delays of two to three weeks before they can ride the bus.

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Lunch Program


Procedures for stay at school students:

  • Students may choose to stay at school during the lunch hour
  • Students eat in their homerooms
  • Eating time is Gr 1-3 at 12:00-12:25 and Gr 4&5 12:25-12:50
  • Lunch recess Gr 1-3 at 12:25-12:50 and Gr 4&5 12:00-12:25 students go outside for recess
  • Friday Lunches are the same
  • Should they need to enter for injury, clothing or washroom breaks they must seek permission from a supervisor

Procedures for students who go home for lunch:

  • Students going home for lunch leave the school after gaining parent permission and checking out at the office
  • For safety we ask that all students go directly home and that an adult be home to greet them

NOTE: Students are not permitted to leave the school grounds without written permission or a phone call to a staff member from their parents.


  • Each wing of the school has a lunch supervisor circulating through the classrooms.
  • An additional staff member is circulating throughout the school.
  • Staff members are on duty at all recesses. They wear bright orange vests making them easily identifiable to students.


  • Each classroom is labeled with allergy alert signs. Please be aware of the food sensitivities of your child's classmates when sending food items.
  • An "allergy aware" sign indicates these foods can not be shared by classmates.
  • If there is an anaphylactic allergy through touch and/or smell a red "alert" notice is posted on the "allergy aware" sign.
  • If you are ever in doubt please question the classroom teacher or ask at the office. The safety of our students is always our priority.

Allergy Policy

Crossfield Elementary is an "Allergy Aware" school. Each classroom is clearly marked with food sensitivities and/or anaphylactic causing allergens. Being allergy aware means that we take precautions to reduce the chance of exposure for students to allergens acknowledging that it is impossible to eliminate all risk.

In classrooms marked as “Allergy Aware” the food is allowed in the classroom. Due to sensitivities, sharing or exchanging of foods is not permitted.

In classrooms marked with a red “Allergy Alert” bar, these foods are NOT permitted in the classroom due to the risk of anaphylactic shock. These foods can be in the school but can not be brought into the labelled classrooms. Hand washing is encouraged to ensure allergens are not spread throughout the school. To reduce the risk of anaphylactic shock, by coming into contact with an allergen, food is not allowed on the playground.

If an “Allergy Alert” sign is posted outside your child’s classroom, please consult the teacher before sending treats for the class.

Land Acknowledgment

Rocky View Schools would like to acknowledge the land and recognize all the Indigenous Peoples whose footprints have marked these lands from time immemorial. Together, we can learn and honour the Ways of Knowing of Indigenous Peoples for all future generations.