Reminder to order for Tues/Thurs Hot Lunches

Shuswap Food Action is excited to offer a hot lunch program on Tuesdays and Thursdays. To help students get their food as quickly as possible, we are using an online ordering system.  
Register at https://sfas.ahotlunch.ca/p/register and see the menu until winter break, as well as pre-order and pay online. Your school code is SMS. Menus will close two days before the meal day at 9 pm (ie. You have until Sunday at 9 pm to order for Tuesday’s lunch). If you have an iPhone, you can use Hotlunch.com’s iOS App from https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hotlunch-school-software/id1451511654?mt=8. The Domain name is sfas.

New addition to hot lunch offerings

Hello Parents, Students and Staff,

Shuswap Food Action is excited to offer a hot lunch program on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will have two free “try it” days on Tuesday, September 21 and Thursday, Sept. 23, where students can sample food. To help students get their food as quickly as possible, we are using an online ordering system.  
Register at https://sfas.ahotlunch.ca/p/register and see the menu until winter break, as well as pre-order and pay online. Your school code is SMS. Menus will close two days before the meal day at 9 pm (ie. You have until Sunday at 9 pm to order for Tuesday’s lunch). If you have an iPhone, you can use Hotlunch.com’s iOS App from https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/hotlunch-school-software/id1451511654?mt=8. The Domain name is sfas.

We try to accommodate some student diet preferences and most entrees can be made vegetarian and we also are offering a “glutino” gluten-free bun option for our Eggers for an extra dollar. Meals range from $3-5, and we try to source from local farmers whenever possible. If you are experiencing financial hardship, please contact your school admin. If you prefer not to use online payment gateways, you can write a cheque to Shuswap Food Action Society, and a credit can be uploaded to your account.

Serena Caner

Executive Director

Shuswap Food Action Society

Rumours untrue

Recently there have been rumours about “cameras in student washrooms” that have generated some calls and emails to School District No. 83 (North Okanagan-Shuswap) and some of its schools.

“I want to assure everyone that these rumours are untrue and unfounded,” states Superintendent of Schools Donna Kriger. “SD83 is committed to student safety, privacy, well-being and learning. We are grateful for those concerned stakeholders who reached out to us from a place of positive intent.”

S83 is currently enjoying a school start up filled with renewed optimism and hope. “Our intention is to continue this positivity through the 2022-23 school year as we focus on keeping students first.”

Kriger asks that if parents do hear these types of rumours/information please take the time to check with your school principal to ensure the information is indeed accurate.