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Phone: (720) 886-6100
Fax: (720) 886-6253
Attendance: (720) 886-6111

3981 S Reservoir Rd
Aurora, CO 80013
 

Horizon Cafeteria

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Click the link below to view the Breakfast & Lunch Menus
 

Lunch Menu

Breakfast Menu

Breakfast $1.95                         Lunch $3.15

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New Mobile Menu App

Meal Prices, Free and Reduced Meal Info

2017-2018 Meal Prices

Smart Snacks Information 

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BREAKFAST IS AVAILABLE EVERY DAY AT HORIZON
 

   What is one thing parents can do to ensure that their student is ready to learn, better able to maintain a healthy weight and have fewer discipline problems in school? Simply make sure they eat breakfast!  If there’s no time at home, your student can eat breakfast at Horizon each day!

   Breakfast is available to all students at Horizon Middle School and those who qualify for free and reduced-price meals can also receive breakfast each day free of charge.  While this service is available, a number of our students do not participate in the breakfast program on a regular basis.

Horizon’s cafeteria is open for breakfast 8:15am-8:45am every day

  Menus items at breakfast include breads baked in our bakery, breakfast sandwiches, breakfast burritos, and oatmeal breakfast rounds.  Each day there is also a variety of cereals, bagels and toast.  In addition to their main entree, students can choose milk and fruit to round out the meal.

  Remember that the benefits of a healthy breakfast are virtually endless and can make significant impact in classrooms each day. Students who eat a healthy breakfast at home or at school:

               • Are better able to concentrate in the classroom

               • Score higher on standardized tests

               • Visit the nurse’s office less often

              • Are better able to maintain their weight

Join us for breakfast each day. If you have any questions about breakfast, contact Eric Bergman, Horizon’s kitchen manager at 720-886-6211.

There’s NO excuse for NO breakfast!

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Visit the Cherry Creek Food and Nutrition Department's new website to view menus, prepay online, and find nutrition information! CCSD Cafe will give you a wealth of information about the department's services.

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