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Tuckshop

The Tuckshop operates on school days from 8:00am to 1:45pm daily in a purpose-built facility under the school hall.  It supports the Healthy Food and Drink Supply strategy for Queensland schools.

Online ordering

From 2016, HPSS accepts online lunch orders only. Orders can be placed for both first and second breaks using this simple system.  If you are not already registered with Schools24, you can set up your family using the School24 website following the instructions provided: 

http://www.school24.net.au

Our School Registration ID: 25245963

Home Bake


The popular P&C Home Bake initiative has been operating since 2013 and has provided the addition of baked items to the Tuckshop menu. Home baked goods offer added choice as well as home cooked goodness.  Each Friday a healthy, additive free home baked item (gluten free included) is lovingly prepared and provided by our fabulous school parents.  These are available via all ordering methods.

Home baked goods are donated to the Tuckshop and made available to students for $1 and have included slices, muffins, cakes, and biscuits. Please click on the link below for more information on Home Bake.

Click the link for the Homebake Info Pack 2017.pdfHomebake Info Pack 2017.pdf 

 

Check our Facebook page for this weeks Home Bake item.

Parents interested in participating in the Home Bake initiative should contact the P&C at pandc@hollparkss.eq.edu.au​​.

Volunteering

Tuckshop relies on volunteers to help prepare food and goodies for our kids. Some of the things that our volunteers do to help are:

 

  • Baking
  • Preparing food (like sandwiches or making apple slinkies)
  • Re-stocking fridges
  • Helping students and parents ordering lunches and snacks during the breaks

 

 

***Grandparents and other family members as well as community members are welcome to help out too!***

The Tuckshop Volunteer Roster is managed by the Tuckshop Convenor Melisa Wilson - Phone 0408 628 800 for more information.


 
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