Nutritional Services

  • Join the nutritional services team. We're hiring todayWe're hiring! 

    The Nutritional Services team is hiring immediately for new team members, starting at $15 per hour with a starting bonus.

    You can work while your kids are in school, and not worry about night shifts, weekend shifts, snow day shifts or holidays. 

    Tap here to learn more about applying! 

  • **The application for Free and Reduced Price meals 2022-2023 is now available**

    An application should be filled out by families that qualify or think they qualify for free/reduced price lunches or waiving of other fees. Call 719-488-4726 with questions

    Free and Reduced Application

    Why Aren’t School Meals Free Anymore?

    Over the last two years, the USDA has provided schools waivers that provide meals at no cost to students. Those waivers will expire after the 2021-2022 school year ends. This means a return to paid meals beginning August 16, 2022 for students that do not qualify for Free or Reduced Meal Benefits.

    Do I need to submit an application to receive Free or Reduced price meals?

    Yes! Everyone must submit a new application for each school year if they think they qualify.

    Applications will are available online and can be found here: My School Apps

    Paper applications can also be found at your school site or the Administration office at 146 N. Jefferson St. Monument, CO 80132

    I don’t qualify for Free or Reduced meal benefits. How much will meals cost?

    Lunch Prices are as follows:

    • Elementary School: $4.00

    • Middle School: $4.35

    • High School: $4.35

    Breakfast (where served) Prices are as follows:

    • Elementary School: $2.50

    • Middle School: $2.75

    • High School: $2.75

    All meal prices include an entrée, fruit, veggies, and milk. Ala carte options are available at some schools and pricing varies by item.  Please ensure your student has money in their account for meals prior to the first day of school by visiting My School Bucks at My School Bucks





  • Long-Term Planning and Balanced Budgeting

    • Continue to source safe, nutritional food.
    • Maintain adequate equipment for proper, safe handling of food.

    Align with State and National Legislative trends

    • Compliance with local, federal and state audits to ensure food safety and cost reimbursement.


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