Douglas County School District

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Douglas County School District Nutrition Services is committed to providing the highest quality meals for your child. We also work to create an environment where your child can learn to make healthy decisions that lead to a healthy lifestyle.



DCSD Nutrition Services recognizes that our children need to continue eating healthy and nutritious meals during the summer months.  We have been pleased to be able to offer daily lunches at Gilbert Park (Castle Rock) and at the Pine Apartment Complex (Castle Rock) in conjunction with the Summer Feeding Program.  Our meals are served free to all children between the ages of 1 – 18, simply by coming to that park location during serving times, regardless of the location of their home or school area.   All meals are planned, prepared and served by DCSD Nutrition Services employees, which includes menus created by our dietitians and chefs.  The Summer Meal Program is funded by the Department of Food and Nutrition Services through the USDA School Meal Program.


Lunch Meal Prices
Middle School
High School
Lunch $2.85
Lunch $3.10
Lunch (Meal Deal) $3.25
Lunch w/o Milk $3.50
Second Entrée $1.60
All other items are à la carte
All other items are à la carte
Breakfast $1.85
 Breakfast $2.10
Breakfast $2.50
Milk $.75
 Milk $.75
Milk $.75

          For Charter School pricing, please contact the school directly

Free & Reduced Applications 2015-16

All applications for the 2015-16 school year can now be processed online at ApplyforLunch.  This includes High Schools.


Summer Feeding 2015

Gilbert Park and Pines Apartments



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