During a temporary lay-off or federal furlough without pay, families can apply for free or reduced price meal benefits using current income information. Even temporary reductions in income can qualify a family for benefits. Applications must include all other household income and be completed accourding to requirements. Families have the option to request their meal benefits be terminated at any time. For questions, contact Debbie Smith at dcsmith[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us or 303-347-3360.
Does your student qualify for free or reduced price meal benefits? Fill out a free and reduced price meal benefit application to find out. Applications are available on-line or from your school's front office or kitchen staff. Free and reduced price meals are based on income guidelines, which are updated yearly. Applications must be completed each school year.
Do you want to make a difference in a child's life? Come work for Nutrition Services. We feed nutritious meals to hungry students and help prepare them to learn everyday. Plus, check out all the perks!
►Retirement and medical benefits starting at 4 hours per day
►Work the same schedule as your student
►Evenings, weekends, and holidays off
►Full time and part time positions available
►Starting wage $11.75 per hr
►No experience needed
Need menus? Try our interactive menus and smart phone app! The interactive menus allow parents and students to hover over an item to see a description, nutrient information and allergen information. It also has an allergen filter and carb count information. Want your menus on the go? Download the free app! Click on the icons on the right to go to our on-line menus or download the app.
Want to make a difference for the students in the Littleton community? Donate to the LPS Nutrition Services Lunch Fund! The LPS Nutrition Services team serve more than 5,000 meals a day. Many of our students’ parents struggle to pay for lunches, but may not qualify for free and reduced priced meals. As a district, we are committed to ensuring all of our students receive a nutritious lunch every day to help them stay healthy and focused on learning. Money donated to the LPS Lunch Fund will help pay off outstanding balances on students’ lunch accounts and allow Nutrition Services to continue to feed all students every day.
If you would like to donate, please contact Debbie Smith: dcsmith[at]lps.k12.co[dot]us or 303-347-3360. Thank you for your generous support of our students!
Meals, foods and beverages sold or served at schools meet state and federal requirements based on the USDA Dietary Guidelines. All meals, foods and beverages are prepared and served by qualified child nutrition professionals. Our meals provide students with access to a variety of healthy meals, fresh fruit and vegetables, and entrees, sides and sauces made from scratch at an affordable price. Every meal offered includes a grain, protein, fruits, vegetables, and milk. For more information on our regulations please see our Nutrition/Wellness page. For information on allergens, snacks, and special diets, please see our Nutrition Information web page.