Students in Garden
    Aspen Food Service
    Tenille Folk 
    Food Service Director
    The Aspen School District Food Service Department in the Aspen Elementary, Middle and High Schools ensures that all students have access to delicious, healthy, seasonal meals in order to grow their bodies, minds, and futures. All meals are made from locally grown, sustainable ingredients to the greatest extent possible. We also want all students to understand the relationship between food, health, nutrition, cultures, environment, and business; the relationship children have with food will evolve into a circle benefiting not just themselves, but society as a whole.


  • Starting the week of September 21st we will no longer be using a pre-order system.  Any student needing school lunch will be counted for in the morning by their class teacher.  Food Service Department will then delivery the lunch count to each classroom location.

    Please have a conversation with your child every morning and make sure they are aware if they are buying a school lunch or not.  Any student that informs their teacher that they are getting a school lunch that day will be charged in powerschool.


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  • You may make payments to your student's lunch account through the same online payment system that we used last year, eFunds for Schools. You are also welcome to mail or drop a check in the dropbox outside of the building. Please label the payment with "lunch" and your student's name.

    If you have not previously used eFunds, click here for step by step instructions to set up an account.  

    Click here for the e~Funds payment site 

    Families are encouraged to submit a Free and Reduced Lunch application, which provides families with access to additional benefits as well. Please know that even if you qualified in previous years, an application must be submitted every school year. 

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