The CEC Food Services department is committed to providing delicious and balanced meals through our Farm-to-School meal program. We believe that by providing nutritious and appetizing meals for students is how we support their academic success. CEC Food Services strives to integrate and involve students into every step of our program – from planting seeds in the garden to serving the harvested produce in the cafeteria. We hope to support your students’ health and wellbeing both in and out of the classroom. We are grateful to serve you!
Our Fort Collins High School proudly serves McMurry Middle School and CEC Windsor 6-12. Our Inverness High School proudly serves Parker High School and Castle Rock High School. Our Aurora High School proudly serves students on their campus. Meals at Colorado Springs 6-12 are currently provided through Colorado Springs School District 11. Planning and construction for the opening of a new kitchen on the Colorado Springs 6-12 campus is in-progress.
TITAN School Nutrition
TITAN is a web-based nutrition management software that is used across all CEC campuses except Colorado Springs 6-12. Please setup a TITAN account to access applications, menus, recipes, allergen information, and to load money to your student’s account. Menus will be available August 4th. Download the TITAN app for easy access.
School Meal Charging Process & Procedure
The CEC Food Services department is self-sufficient and relies on payments, in addition to federal reimbursements, to maintain the level of service provided and financial stability of the program. It is the expectation that families will work with us to keep accounts in good standing and be accountable for meal charges accrued by their child(ren). We want mealtime to be a positive experience for all students and will serve every child a well-balanced meal when they enter the line and request one. Because hunger is an impediment to learning, no child will be denied a school meal unless directed by the child’s parent/guardian. Please click on the link below to learn more.
Special Dietary Needs
If your student has special dietary needs, please fill out a Medical Statement for Meal Modification form and email it to the Director of Food Services or deliver it directly to a Kitchen Manager or School Nurse.
- Special Dietary Needs Documentation Flow Chart
- Medical Statement for Meal Modification
- Medical Statement for Meal Modification (Español)
- Discontinuation of Site Meal Modifications
- Discontinuation of Site Meal Modifications (Español)
- CSI – Special Dietary Needs Website
- USDA – Accommodating Children with Disabilities in the School Meal Program
Free & Reduced Lunch Application
We encourage you to apply now for free or reduced-priced meals. You only need to fill out one application per household. Even if you filled out the application in previous years, you will need to complete the application every school year to receive benefits. The Free and Reduced Lunch application link is provided below and paper applications are available at all schools. Our district is Colorado Early Colleges (All Locations, Colorado).
Your children may qualify to receive free or reduced-price school meals if they:
- Receive SNAP, FDPIR, or TANF.
- Are a foster child under the legal responsibility of a foster care agency or the court.
- Attend a Head Start program.
- Meet the definition of homeless, runaway, or migrant.
- Have a qualifying income, for example, for the 2022-2023 school year, a family of four that earns less than $51,338 per year.
For questions on your application, contact Ilene Agustin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
P-EBT Federal Program
The Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) program is a federal program created to provide additional funds for families to buy food when schools were closed or on a remote or hybrid learning model due to COVID-19. The P-EBT benefits will be electronically placed on the EBT card and can be used to purchase eligible food items at local and online retail stores. Please complete the Free and Reduced Lunch application in TITAN to become eligible.
CEC Colorado Springs 6-12 Food Services
CEC Colorado Springs 6-12 offers healthy breakfast and lunch options to students through Colorado Springs School District 11. Meals are prepared on campus every full school day. Please encourage your student to participate in this program as it is an important part of their academic success. Please be advised that meal charging is not allowed.
My School Bucks
My School Bucks is a web-based nutrition management software that offers prepayment options, meal history, and email notifications. Download the My School Bucks app for easy access. Signup is free!
- My School Bucks – Website
- My School Bucks – Signup
- My School Bucks – App Store Download
- My School Bucks – Google Play Download
Free and Reduced Meal Program
Your student may qualify for free meals or for reduced priced meals. If you are unsure if you qualify, please visit the District 11 website which provides a link to an online application. You may also pickup an application from the District 11 staff during lunch service.
Do You Have Questions?
For any general questions please contact:
CEC Food Services
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For any questions about the TITAN School Solutions and related services please contact:
Food Services Specialist
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For any questions about the Free & Reduced Lunch application please contact:
CSI School Nutrition Program Manager
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For all other questions please contact:
Director of Food Services
720.505.4010 ext. 22997
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