Tatachilla Lutheran College 2017

College Canteen

The Canteen is open every school day for students at recess and lunch times. 

Students in Years R-6 order their lunches through lunchboxes provided in their classrooms. These lunches are distributed in their classrooms under the supervision of their classroom teachers.

Students in Years R-2 are not permitted to purchase directly at the Canteen at recess or lunch times but can utilise the lunchbox order system.

Students in Years 7-12 have the opportunity to order their lunch at the Canteen before school or during recess time.

The Canteen is staffed by the College, however volunteer help is always appreciated.

Volunteers are needed on Monday mornings from 8.45 – 9.30am for food preparation and Fridays from 11.00am – 1.40pm to serve the students and make sandwiches and rolls for lunches. 

As with all Volunteers, a Volunteer Registration will need to be completed.

If you are able to help, please contact the College. 

Canteen menu

The Canteen Menu gives students the opportunity to eat healthily at the College. To view the latest price list, please click on the PDF link below. 

 Tatachilla Lutheran College 2017

FlexiSchools Canteen Orders

Flexi will be up and running from the commencement of Term 2, 2018. FlexiSchools enables parents to place their children’s Canteen orders online.

FlexiSchools is used widely by hundreds of schools all over Australia and has been received very enthusiastically by parents/caregivers who no longer have to find cash for their children or write out orders on paper bags.

Orders will still be able to be done in the conventional way, however the simplicity of logging into the system, picking from the menu and paying electronically is what most families really appreciate. Credit can also be loaded on the system and orders placed in advance.

To take advantage of this convenient new service please go to www.flexischools.com.au and click on register.

Further information

For further information please contact the Canteen Manager, Mrs Therese McCrackan.


Image: McLaren Flat  (Photographer - Adam Bruzzone, Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism)