Learn about ingredients and other menu details
(Menus are subject to change based on availability of ingredients, supply or other factors.)
PSD's Menu Website lets you search for your school's menus and gives you access to information about allergens, carb counts, and nutrition details with each daily item. To download a free app for your phone, go to iTunes or Google Play and search for Nutrislice.
Ingredients in recipes are listed in the Ingredient Database. ***
***Based on unprecedented food shortages and substitutions by suppliers, the district’s ingredient databases are currently not available online. Substitutions occur daily and vary by location. Many of these substitutions have an ingredient list different from products served in the past. Exact ingredients are still available daily at every Poudre School District kitchen. Updated information online will be posted as food suppliers are able to guarantee product availability.
Poudre School District is working with local and regional vendors in ensuring the 25,000 students at Poudre School District are served healthy and nutritious meals daily. Please contact the district’s Nutrition Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
- For details about nutritional data, allergens, meal exemptions and substitutions, visit our Special Food Needs web page.
|ELEMENTARY||MIDDLE SCHOOL||HIGH SCHOOL|
|Student Full Price||$1.50||$1.50||$1.50|
|Student Free & Reduced||FREE||FREE||FREE|
|Student Full Price||$3.15||$3.40||$3.40|
|Student Free & Reduced||FREE||FREE||FREE|
|A LA CARTE PRICES||Elementary||Middle School||High School|
Paying for Meals
Review PSD's meal charge guidelines (Spanish version of meal charge guidelines)
- Students may bring money to school and pay during mealtimes. Checks should be made out to the student's school and note the student's name and/or ID number. Cash payments will be accepted but all change will be added to the student's meal account.
- Additional money may be put on the student's account, which will be debited when the student purchases meals or a la carte items.
- Parents may also use their credit card to pay for meals online. There is no charge to register, but there is a $1 transaction fee charged to partially offset the credit card processing fees. Website features include your student's account and low balance email alerts. Please see the "SchoolPay" link below.
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