The 32-member Nutrition Service Team works hard to uphold the department's motto: "Nutrition is our Mission." The department's 11 busy kitchens serve over 2,400 meals daily at 13 district locations and features a regular rotation of meals that include student favorites like chicken enchiladas and pizza. The Nutrition Services Department supports student achievement by not only offering nutritious meals, but also by promoting overall wellness through breakfast programs, nutrition education opportunities, and connecting students to their food through Farm to School and School Garden programs.

If you have any questions or want to provide feedback on the Nutrition Services Department, you can contact Director Michele Hammond at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call 970-384-6007.


2017-18 Administrative Review Summary 

From CDE: "The Office of School Nutrition recognized 7 commendations for Roaring Fork RE-1. Commendations are projects, products, or practices worthy of recognition or notable accomplishments and could prove beneficial to other SFAs. Michelle and all food service administrative staff maintain remarkable knowledge in school nutrition programs. Upon review of documentation, there were no errors in meal patterns or certification and benefit issuance."


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