Just The Facts

OUR COMMITMENT:
Canon City Schools Nutritional Services "Eat Right. Live Right". campaign is committed to "offering quality meals, balanced nutrition and great service at a reasonable price every day".

BREAKFAST SERVICE:
Canon City Middle School and High School offers students a daily breakfast bar with a wide variety of selections in addition to the regular featured menu for breakfast.

Breakfast serving times: CCMS at 6:50am, CCHS  6:15am, Lincoln 7:45am, McKinley 8:00am and Washington at 7:30.

Canon Exploratory School offers "Breakfast in the Classroom" to all students.  The breakfast is served in the classroom right after the morning bell and is available at no charge to all students.

Harrison School offers "Breakfast at the Bell" each morning. Harrison Middle School breakfast bell rings at 7:40am and the K-5 bell rings at 8:00am. "Breakfast at the Bell "is a unique program that is offered at no charge to all students.

Lunch service: Hot lunch is served at all schools every day, including Mountain View Core Knowledge.  Please contact your child's school for serving times.
Monthly menus are available for children to bring home each month and are also posted on our website.

We put a lot of pride into our program and would love to serve your family this year.  Adults are welcome to join their students at anytime for a meal. The cost is just $3.00. Advance notice to your child's kitchen is appreciated
Free and reduced meal benefits are available for all families that qualify.  Additional information about this program is available on this website or at your child's school.

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Canon City Schools Nutritional Services:

• Food Service Professionals have over 275 years experience in the school foodservice field
• Serves over 625,000 meals a year to our students
• Feeds over 82% of our K-8 students lunch every school day
• Serves over 50% of our students breakfast each day
• Uses state of the art technology to track student meals and analyze the nutrition of our meals
• Has over 50% of our students receiving free or reduced meal benefits