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WELCOME TO OUR NORTH CONEJOS SCHOOL LUNCH SITE
It is the goal of our Food Service Program to provide our students a healthy breakfast and lunch daily. We are offering more dark leafy greens,fruits and vegetables daily. We belive every child should have access to healthy food and a well balanced meal daily. We work towards building a relationship with all students, staff, and community members in our district one meal at a time.
On this page you may accesses prices,menus,applications,forms and any information pertaining to our district food service.
You may also log on to the Parent Portal and view your student(s) schedules,grades, account,payments and meals served. If you do not have one contact Randa McCarroll and she can help you set it up.
You may also call Amber Martinez, Food Service Director
email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to our School Lunch Heroes
CHS- Kitchen Staff: Brittany Quintana and Debbie Christensen
CMS Kitchen Staff: Sherry Martinez and Tiffany Atencio
La Jara Elementary Kitchen Staff: Brenda Quintana and Kim Christensen
Manassa Elementary Kitchen Staff: Evelyn Cantu and Lori Casia
FREE AND REDUCED APPLICATION INFORMATION
Free & Reduced Paper Application
Parents & Guardians to apply for Free & Reduced Meals Online, please go to your Parent Portal. If your household does NOT have a Parent Portal, please contact Randa McCarroll at 719-274-5174 to create an account.
Below are instructions on how to complete the form.
Once in the Parent Portal, please select the "More" tab on the left side of the screen.
Step Two: After clicking on the "More" tab, you will be presented with more than one option. Please select "Meal Benefits"
Step 3: Please select "Click Here to Start The Application Process"
Step 4: Select "Yes"
Step 5: Create a pin. It must be 5 characters. This will allow you to sign the Free & Reduced Lunch Form electronically. Your password is the same password you used to get into Infante Campus.
Step 6: At this point you are on the Free & Reduced Lunch application. Please follow the prompts. It will guide you through the application.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call Amber Martinez at 719-274-3901
YOU MAY COMPLETE AN APPLICATION AT ANY TIME EVEN IF YOU HAVE ALREADY SUBMITTED AN APPLICATION
DUE TO CHANGE IN INCOME OR ANY SITUATION THAT MAY CHANGE YOUR HOUSEHOLD STATUS.
Please complete all forms and return as soon as possible.
Due to COVID - 19:
There will NOT be a microwave available to students.
If you have any questions or concerns please give Amber Martinez a call.
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