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Welcome to HISD Food and Nutrition Services

VISION

Working together for student academic success by promoting the 3 E's.

♥  Education ♥ Eating Right ♥ Exercise ♥   

Summer Meals

Summer lunches will be served from 11:30 am - 12:30 pm at Woolls Intermediate School

See link below for menu

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LAST SERVICE DAY FOR THE LUNCH PROGRAM WILL BE

THURSDAY, JUNE 25

Have an OWLsome Summer!

 

Please call Child Nutrition at 426-7600 with any questions.

Summer 2020 menu

 Keep hot meals hot until consumed.
 Always refrigerate cold foods as soon as you receive them.
 Keep frozen foods frozen.
 Refrigerate or toss left-overs to ensure food safety.
 Please note that menu is subject to change without notice.
 No meals served on Fridays or if inclement weather occurs.
 If you receive frozen milk, drink within 1 day of thawing. Milk can remain frozen up to 30 days. All milk is frozen prior to expiration date to ensure freshness and safety.

Texas Department of Agriculture Guidelines

Meal Prices

Student Meal Prices

Breakfast

All Students -- One meal FREE

(second meal $2.40)

Lunch

Meyer Elementary -- FREE

Woolls Intermediate -- FREE

McDowell Middle School -- FREE

Hondo High School   

Regular Price -- $2.65

Reduced $.40

(Second lunch at each campus-- $3.65)

Adult Meal Prices

Breakfast

HISD Faculty and Staff -- $2.40

Visitors -- $2.90

Lunch

HISD Faculty/Staff -- $3.70

Visitors -- $4.15

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Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)

Meyer Elementary, Woolls Intermediate and McDowell Middle School will be participating in the CEP School Meal Program for school year 2019-2020. Students attending these three campuses will receive one Free Breakfast and one Free Lunch daily, and will not be required to complete an application to receive meals free of charge. Schools qualifying to operate CEP serve breakfast and lunch to all children at no charge and eliminate the collection of meal applications for free, reduced-price, and paid student meals. This new approach reduces burdens for both families and school administrators and helps ensure that students receive nutritious meals.
For additional information please contact the following person:
Hondo ISD Child Nutrition Department
Attention: Michele Thacker, Director of Child Nutrition
2802 Avenue Q  Hondo, TX  78861  830-426-3027   mthacker@hondoisd.net

 

Students attending Hondo High School will be required to fill out an application to participate in the Free/Reduced meal program. All students registering for school to attend HHS campus will be provided an application for Free/Reduced priced meals annually at the beginning of the school year.

High School Meal Application

Schools participating in the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) and/or School Breakfast Program (SBP) (and that are not participating in a special provision program) are required to send a letter to parents/guardians that contains the Income Eligibility Guidelines for Determining Free and Reduced Price Benefits along with a Free and Reduced Price School Meal application form.  Hondo High School Students will receive this information in their orientation packet (all other schools provide free meals).  Applications can also be found on this website for downloading.  The application is available in two versions - English and Spanish.

Contact the Food & Nutrition Services Office at 830-426-7600 or visit us at the Food & Nutrition Services Office located in the Cafeteria at Woolls Intermediate located at 2802 Ave Q in Hondo if you have any questions.  We'll be happy to help you understand the process and answer any questions you may have regarding your child's eligibility.

Special Dietary Needs or Food Allergies

Records must be updated yearly for students with special dietary needs.

A medical statement must be on file in the Food& Nutrition Services offices for any students. Please find Exhibit B for the form or contact the campus nurse or the Food & Nutrition manager at any of the district campuses.

Contact Michele Thacker, Director of Food & Nutrition if you have any questions.

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        Convenience - Parents can access MySchoolBucks 24/7 online or through the MySchoolBucks mobile app.

        Efficiency - Payments can be made for all students, even those who attend different schools within district.

        Control - Parents can monitor their student’s meal purchases, set low balance alerts, and make automatic payments!

        Flexibility - Parents can pay at any time with a credit or debit card.

        Security – Student and payment information is always secure as MySchoolBucks adheres to the highest security standards.

These benefits help us manage meal funds more efficiently, reduce student lunch debt, and help our lines move faster.

Mission Statement

The Mission of the HISD Child Nutrition Services is to provide all school children access to healthy, well-balanced meals to increase their ability to learn in the classroom, grow up healthy and to reach their fullest potential.

Our goal is to provide quality food on the serving line all the time, so from the first student we serve to the last, all have a positive school meal experience.