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We provide breakfast, lunch and afternoon snack to an average of 350 children per meal, per day.

Breakfast is served five times a week, consisting of largely cereal and milk.  Thursday, which is early dismissal, we serve fresh muffins and yogurt. 

Through foundations like President's Choice Children's Charity our breakfast program continues to provide students with the most important meal of the day, breakfast. We are grateful to be a recipient of the PCCC Breakfast grant for the 2019-2020 school year! 

A large part of our breakfast funding is possible from the generous donations from organizations of cereal boxes. We ask that if your organization would like to donate cereal for our breakfast program, please avoid collection of cereals that are high in sugar and/or containing nuts. 

In addition to our breakfast program, our Smoothie Bar available where students can build their own Smoothie with ingredients such as; frozen berries, bananas, yogurt and spinach.

The Lunch program at Ben Calf Robe offers nutritious meals for students four days a week. Throughout the week, lunch meals are planned to provide students with a balance of foods from Canada's Food Guide. 

Snack is offered Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday. 

  • Apple slices & Grapes
  • Cheese and Crackers
  • Granola Bars
  • Apple slices & Cheese
  • Bananas
  • Apples
  • Snap peas & Cucumber slices
  • Grapes 
  • Carrot sticks

Our Key Features:

  • Aboriginal Dancing / Drumming / Singing
  • M├ętis Dancing / Fiddling
  • 100 Voices to Grade 9
  • Cree Instruction to students from Grades K-9
  • Breakfast and Hot Lunch Program
  • Yellow Bus Service 
  • Elder Teachings
  • Smudge, Sweetgrass, Sacred Pipe

The courses provided at Ben Calf Robe include:

  • Language Arts
  • Mathematics
  • Social Studies
  • Science
  • Cree Language
  • Cree Culture
  • Health and Safety
  • Regalia
  • Religion
  • Teachings of the Land
  • Drumming
  • Dance
  • Foods and Fashion
  • Fiddle
  • Beading
  • Art
  • Outdoor Education
  • Woods
  • Life Skills
  • Music
  • Guitar
  • Daily Physical Education (DPA)
Our Junior High students also receive programming in complementary courses that include some of the above as well as others (i.e. foods, art, leadership, construction, digital media and communication, and cultural creations such as beading).

There has been the continuation of extra-curricular activities such as the running club for both Junior High and Elementary, Elementary soccer team, junior high basketball and volleyball teams.  We hope to add even more activities for our students.