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Hot Lunch & Popcorn

Everyone's Favourite!

Please note that our Hot Lunch & Popcorn Day (and all events involving serving food and gathering) are cancelled for 2020-21 school year due to Covid.  

Prince Charles PAC members run many fundraisers throughout the year and the favourite among the kids is our Hot Lunch program!   Prince Charles hot lunches support local restauraunts  and are both delicious and nutritious! Previous lunches have included Booster Juice, Subway, Little Ceasar's, Rendesvous (Greek), Panago, Fuel Catering (wraps) and Windmill Deli just to name a few.

All Hot Lunches, as well as popcorn for Popcorn Days, are ordered online through MunchaLunch, seasonally in the Fall, Winter, and Spring.  If you are interested in ordering hot lunch and/or popcorn for your child, please follow the instructions below (and attched). 


  1. Go to:
  2. Click the “Register Here” button (as shown below). The system will guide you through.
  3. After adding your children, click the green “Order Lunch!” button to order.
  4. Next time, just click the “Login Here” button to access your account.

Head over to and log into your existing account or create a new account if your child is new to Prince Charles this year. Follow the steps to select your child's grade and teacher and proceed with ordering lunch.

Please pay for your orders by credit card (Visa/MC) or cheque submitted to your child’s teacher. If you choose to pay by cheque, please make your cheque payable to Prince Charles Elementary PAC and include the name of your child/children in the memo line (ex: “John Smith hot lunch”). We are not taking cash as payment.

Any unpaid orders will be automatically cancelled if payment is not received by the ordering cut off.

All hot lunch dates and popcorn dates from September through to December can be ordered and paid together, or if you choose, you may also order and pay for each lunch/popcorn date separately, prior to the deadline for that lunch/popcorn date. (Ordering for all lunch/popcorn dates together saves the PAC the cost of separate transaction fees).