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The tuckshop at Eagle Junction State School provides students nutritious foods and fabulous service at affordable prices.  The tuckshop is open at the following times:


​Day ​Service ​Time
Monday​ Full service ​9.00 am - 1.45 pm
Tuesday​ Full service 9.00 am - 1.45 pm
Wednesday​ Full service​ 9.00 am - 1.45 pm​
Thursday​ Full service​ 9.00 am - 1.45 pm​
Friday​ Full service​ 9.00 am - 1.45 pm​


Tuckshop convenor

The convenor of the tuckshop is Kerri White under the guidance of the P&C tuckshop committee. Kerri oversees the daily operation of the tuckshop to ensure it is operating efficiently, within the tuckshop policy and aims to provide students with a high standard of food service. Kerri is always happy to discuss any matters relating to the food served, service provided, nutrition policy and opportunities for volunteering.  Members of the P&C tuckshop committee are also available to advise on our policy. Kerri can be contacted on (07) 3637 1113.

Tuckshop Menu (PDF, 1.4 KB).

Ordering on line

Monday to Friday - full service.
All orders for student's lunches need to be placed via the Munch Monitor website. Order Online through Munch Monitor - a simple online booking system for pre-ordering children's healthy and delicious lunches from the Eagle's Nest.

Register and place your order through Munch Monitor (PDF, 439 KB).

Smart Choices policy

The tuckshop's nutrition policy is based on information supplied by Commonwealth and State Departments of Health. The nutrition standards allow the sale of green foods which are every day foods, amber foods which are occasional foods or red foods which are only offered for sale twice a term. The tuckshop offers green and amber foods for sale each day. Occasionally, the tuckshop will announce a 'red day' where students can purchase pizza or hamburgers as a fundraising event for the tuckshop.


The tuckshop is staffed by the tuckshop convenor supported entirely by volunteers. It is a pleasant and friendly venue where volunteers can meet other parents associated with the school. This provides a useful social function for new parents. New and existing parents wanting to assist on a temporary or permanent basis are most welcome.

Due to the inherent hazards in a large kitchen, the P&C tuck-shop committee has introduced a policy that pre-school aged children are not permitted in the tuckshop area. However, the committee encourages parents who are unable to work in tuckshop, to find other satisfying ways to contribute, such as providing special catering while their children are young.

The tuckshop has separate fundraising events at various times during the year (i.e. Mother's day, Father's day, Christmas and sports days) when assistance is also required.