Douglas County School District




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. more



Thank you to everyone who attended our annual Taste of DCSD Open House.  The event was a great success and showcased many current and future lunch offerings.  We also were able to get helpful feedback on several items we were testing for our next menu cycle and our Smart Snack menu.  One new booth we had this year focused on our DC Catering.  Chef Ralph, our catering manager, was serving up samples off his menu as well as entertaining the crowd with live chef demos.  We wanted to provide you with some of the delicious recipes he was preparing, since many of them were showcased to provide families with some quick and easy menu ideas.  Please click HERE to visit our new recipe page where you will find Chef Ralph’s Brussel Sprout Salad, Pico de Gallo, Turkey Cranberry Roll-up and Chocolate Mousse recipes.  Bon Appetit!


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

*Elementary and Middle School Lunches contain an Entree, Milk and the student’s choice of fruit/vegetable or both. If neither a fruit or a vegetable are taken, everything will be priced as separate ala carte items.

                                                         For Charter School pricing, please contact the school directly







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Did you know we do professional Catering?

Want to know more?  Click on the Catering Ribbon to view our exciting menu options!

Colorado Proud Day at Cougar Run!

Do you know what a pupusa is?

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A New Menu, A New Look!

Check out this short video unveiling our new look at the high schools!

Click here for video

 Did you know we pay $11.25/hr?

Work while your kids are in school.
Employee referral program.

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Dec 2016

Sep 2016