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USDA Dietary Guidelines
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Welcome to Nutrition Services!

Under new USDA guidelines, ALL kids 18 and under eat free until further notice, regardless of district enrollment. D60 is providing additional meals* to all kids in the community on Fridays from 11:00-12:30 at the following locations:

Centennial HS
Central HS
East HS
South HS
Risley MS


* Meals are served on a first come first served basis based on product availability. Though we will strive to ensure we can feed all who wish to participate.

 

**100% online students can also register online for additional meals on Fridays for their enrolled days. 

CLICK HERE to get to the D60 Nutrislice website to place your order

100% Online Student Meal Ordering Instructions

100% Online Student Meal Ordering Instructions - Espanol

 

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Menus, nutritional information, and allergen information all in one easy and convenient place. Check out the My School Menus website and download the app for FREE at the android or apple store by visiting https://pueblo.nutrislice.com/menu

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Family Economic Data Survey - Easily complete your student's free/reduced application online. Quick and easy and you get your results right away. 

Your student may be eligible to receive breakfast and lunch at no cost to you. Complete an application today! Applying for free school meals is quick, easy, and secure! Eligible families can also receive discounted school fees such as text book fees, athletic fees, technology fees, etc. 

By applying you’re also helping support District 60 to receive additional school funding that goes back into your student’s classroom to support their learning!

Thank you for supporting us! For questions, please contact Alex Vasquez (719) 549-7205

The online application option is available for all schools EXCEPT Corwin, Fountain, PSAS and Fulton Heights.  If your child goes to one of these schools, a paper application must be completed. If you are on SNAP, you do NOT need an application as your child will be directly certified through the state of Colorado. 

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Pay for your student's lunch and ala carte items online! Easy convenient...sign up today!  

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FFVP Logo.jpgFresh Fruit and Vegetable Program

Our Nutrition Services Department has implemented a fresh fruit and vegetable program in 17 elementary schools to provide students with a wide variety of healthy fresh fruits and vegetables. The purpose of the program is to increase fresh fruit and vegetable consumption in elementary schools and it has proven successful in introducing students to a variety of produce that they otherwise might not have had the opportunity to sample. Click the here to find out more.

All children attending Pueblo School District 60 will be served breakfast at no charge.

Regular National School Lunch Program Schools: Corwin International and Fountain International Magnet Schools and PSAS Jones and Fulton Heights schools will be offered Lunch through the regular National School Lunch program.  Lunch will cost $2.50. (FREE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE EFFECTIVE 9/1/20)

Community Eligibility Program(CEP) Schools: All other Pueblo School District 60 schools and Chavez Huerta Preparatory Academy will participate in the CEP program and breakfast and lunch will be offered to students at no cost. 

Families should submit a Combined Application for Free or Reduce Price Meals and Family Economic Data Survey in the school office or cafeteria.

We strive to ensure every student receives a nutritious and healthy meal.  Our dedicated and caring staff  always put students first. We offer students a variety of entrees, six servings of fruits and vegetables and low fat and skim milk.  We focus on providing students healthy choices because healthy students learn better.

Each school day, nearly 11,000 students eat breakfast and  11,000 eat lunch made possible by the district’s Nutrition Services Department.

Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements which are based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. We provide students with access to a variety of affordable and appealing foods that meet the nutrition needs of students.


 
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