Welcome to
Colorado Springs School District 11
Food & Nutrition Services
FNS Vision, Mission, Guiding Principles, and Goals
News You Can Use...
  • Bring Back Local Beef!
  • HB15-1080 Keep Breakfast After The Bell at 80%
  • Meal Prices for SY2014-2015
  • Meals at School - Handy Reference for SY2014-2015
  • Beverage Options at Meal Time
    • 8 oz. Bottled Water will now be available as a beverage choice with a "Full Meal" at most schools for breakfast and all schools at lunch time.  This item is not available as an a la carte purchase at any time and is not served as a breakfast beverage option where breakfast is served in the classroom.
    • Skim Chocolate will now be available as a beverage choice with a "Full Meal" at all schools at lunch time each Monday. 
      This item is available as an a la carte purchase on Mondays for $.75.
  • Emergency Closure Impact on Student Menus
    In the event school is closed due to weather, the menu scheduled for that day will be served when school is back in session for students. For example, if Monday has school closure and schools reopen Tuesday, Monday’s menu would be served. The published menu would resume on the following day or in this case Wednesday.
  • Accomplishments of Food & Nutrition Services
  • District 11 Free and reduced applications are now on the web!
    • NEW for School Year 2013-14, District 11 has made available a new On-line Free and Reduced Meal Application!
      Navigate to
      https://www.applyforlunch.com to apply online


Become a FAN of the
D11 Good Food Project for updates about what is happening throughout our school district as we serve healthy, fresh food to our students!

Pay for school meals online or apply for free or reduced priced meals online for privacy, speed of service, and accuracy! 

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What is in the food my child is eating?
How "natural" is the food in the D11 meal programs?

Here you can see the ingredients of our recipes.
We have partnered with
AllerSchool™ to build this wonderful database.
We call it, "Food Transparency." D11 FNS is helping to pioneer this technology.








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