Student Nutrition Program

In partnership with Halton Food for Thought (HFFT), our school provides our students with nutritious food and encourages healthy eating habits in our community via the Student Nutrition Program. The program is led by volunteers and is offered free of charge to all students.

At St. Luke, we offer a breakfast cart program that includes a minimum of three food groups, one always being a fresh fruit and/or vegetable as well as milk or a milk alternative. A healthy bin program is available as well, and provides a minimum of two food groups, one always being a fresh fruit/vegetable and healthy non-perishable packaged items. We also offer a salad bar lunch, which provides a minimum of three food groups, one always being a fresh fruit/vegetable and another being a milk/alternative.

We always welcome your donations to keep the Student Nutrition Program running at our school. Donations can be made through School Cash Online: https://hcdsb.schoolcashonline.com.

If you or someone you know is interested in volunteering at our school through the HFFT Student Nutrition Program, please contact Halton Food for Thought directly through email at: info@haltonfoodforthought.com or by phone at: (905) 315-6842.

To learn more about HFFT Student Nutrition Programs, visit their website.

Junior Communications Officer, TemporaryStudent Nutrition Program