The MacGregor State High School Canteen operates 5 days a week during the school term, closing on the last Wednesday of Term 4 each year.
The Canteen is open to students before school from 8.15am until the first bell and then during each break in the school day, closing at the first bell at the end of the lunch break.
The Canteen has a selection of hot and cold food items daily, as well as cold drinks and ice blocks. We offer a range of options to cover both vegetarian and religious requirements.
The Canteen now operates a dedicated coffee shop with espresso coffee made fresh with Merlo Coffee and iced cold frappees.
Pre-Ordering Options at the Canteen
The Canteen provides two options for pre-ordering. Please note, pre-ordering is not available on nominated Sports Days, Cross Country carnivals or for any outside school event.
Your student can call at the Canteen in person any morning prior to the first bell to pre-order and pay for either break that day or the following. Alternatively, parents can order on-line via Flexischools.
Flexischools is available for use daily for both first and second break and allows parents to order on-line via their desktop or via downloading the App for most mobile devices. Cut off times for orders on any day is 8am. Orders received after this time cannot be filled.
Parents must visit http://www.flexischools.com.au to register. Search for MacGregor State High School, set up an account and pre-load funds prior to use. You then access the specific menu for the day and order as required.
Class room delivery is not permitted, but all pre-orders may be collected at the designated line at the Canteen away from the normal queues.
The Canteen provides a new winter menu each year with changes to account for the cold weather during Terms 2 & 3. We make daily additions and provide a special daily offer depending on the day. All specials or winter items (including toasted sandwiches) are available for pre-order via Flexischools or in person before school every day (except on designated sports days).
During the warmer months of Terms 1 and 4 we add sushi, salad wraps and larger speciality salads to our menu.
Volunteering is a great way to engage with the school community and is an opportunity to meet other parents and staff. Volunteering ranges from a few hours each month, through to full days each week. Grandparents and family members and friends are welcome, previous experience isn't required.
Benefits of Volunteering
- You choose the time and day that suits
- We provide support and training
- We provide lunch and a drink
- Meet new people from the school community
For more information on becoming a volunteer, please contact Lydia Williams on email@example.com