Serving Breakfast and Lunch
Healthy students are better learners. Meeting the nutritional needs of the children in our schools is the top priority of Castle Rock Schools’ nutrition services, and an integral piece of the educational program for all of our students. Student meals are prepared onsite at each of our three school buildings.
As a convenience to parents, Castle Rock School District now provides parents an easy way to add money to their child’s food service account. Online payments can be made into food service accounts through the Skyward Family Access parent portal they currently use. We have contracted with RevTrak, a national Credit Card payment processor, to provide a secure site for making payments.
Regular Priced Meals:
Grade K-8 Breakfast -$1.50, Lunch-$2.55
Grade 9-12 Breakfast-$1.50, Lunch-$2.80
Students who Qualify for Reduced Meals:
Grade K-12 Breakfast-$0
K-3 Lunch $0
Grade 4-12 Lunch $.40
Adult Breakfast-$2.00, Lunch-$3.50
To apply for Free and Reduced Meals click the information below:
Students qualifying for free or reduced lunch also qualify for free breakfast.
Return the original signed application to the building where your child(ren) attend(s) school. If you have questions or would like further information, please call the secretary at the school your student(s) attend(s).
Castle Rock Elementary School:
Shawna Guest, 501-3122
Castle Rock Middle School:
Lori Varkevisser, 501-2924
Castle Rock High School:
Becky Holborn, 501-2981
The Castle Rock food services staff makes every effort to accommodate students having food allergies or special nutritional needs. Parents must provide the school office with a written diagnosis from a licensed medical provider if the student has a disability.
For more information about becoming involved in the food services program, contact Food Services Coordinator Pam LaMonds at (360) 501-2875 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For information about the weekly school meal menus, please contact your student’s school.
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