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Our goal is promoting good healthy eating habits to establish an overall wellness for growth and development while providing appealing and nutritious meals to all students everyday.

Through the National School Lunch Program," free and reduced" applications are available for all students meeting eligibility guidelines. This year students qualifying for reduced meals receive a breakfast at no cost, K-5 reduced meal students receive a free lunch and breakfast. You may obtain a "free and reduced" meal application at any school office, this website (a link provided on this page under 2016-17 Free and Reduced Form) or contact  Julie Whitmore, Director of Nutrition Services, 800 CR 501, Bayfield, CO 81122, 970-884-9571 ext. 2009 or email, jwhitmore@bayfield.k12.co.us

We now have the availability to pay for student lunches online. You may also set up an account to get email alerts when your student's balance is low. Go to mymealtime.com to sign up, you will need your student's PowerSchool student ID number to set up account. You may monitor your student's account online and send in a check (no cash please) the first day of the week of school. Please call Julie Whitmore or the cashier at your student's school if you have any questions. 

If you have any concerns about your student's lunch account call:

 

BEPS/BES  Chantel Hopkins, Kitchen Manager 884-9571 ext 2007

BES              Laurel Larson, Cashier 884-9571 ext 2034

BMS             Margie Cavanaugh, Cashier 884-9592 ext 1007

BMS/BHS    Katy Zufelt, Kitchen Manager, 884-9521 ext 3007

 

BEPS/ BES      K-5   $1.25 breakfast      $2.70 lunch

BMS/ BHS       6-12   $1.50 breakfast      $3.00 lunch 

Adult                           $2.00 breakfast     $3.75 lunch

Reduced lunch           K-5 no charge       6-12 grade .40

Reduced breakfast     K-12 no charge

 Milk                             .50

 

We would like to thank the following farms for making your organic local produce affordable so that we can provide fresh healthy food to our kids. 

Kale, cucumbers, zucchini, carrots, daikon, cherry tomatoes, cilantro, radish, beef steak tomatoes, Romaine, red leaf and butterhead lettuce, melons, watermelons, yellow squash, red and green bell peppers. 

 

Tierra Vida Farm, Durango, CO     Owner, Daniel Fullmer

All Seasons Farm, Bayfield, CO     Owner, Gabe French

Thank you for your commitment to our kids! 

For information on Summer Food options in Colorado, go to kidsfoodfinder.org