Child Nutrition Office Hours
FSHISD CHILD NUTRITION MISSION STATEMENT
FSHISD Student Nutrition Department's mission is to help support the education of our students with the service of providing nourishment and healthy options. We offer a variety of fresh delicious entrees, fruits, grains and vegetables in accordance with all the applicable guidelines. We work diligently to maintain a safe and sanitary environment by providing training and development for the student nutrition staff with the intent to provide the best possible meals and service for our students. We exist to serve the military child.
- All applicable meal benefit (free or reduced price) households still must reapply for the 18-19 school year. Prior year benefits will expire on 10/01/2018 if a new application is not received Or the household no longer qualifies
Cole Middle and High School students may now purchase Fruit/Vegetable Smoothies at Breakfast for $1.50. Cool and Delicious!
Attention Staff and High School Students! Please visit our new coffee bar; "The Espuma Cafe", located in the Cole Cafeteria. Now offering freshly prepared Lattes, Cappuccino, Americano, Macchiatos and espresso.
Please check menus frequently as changes may occur based on product availability and/or requirement changes
Meal Prices 2018-2019
REDUCED PRICE MEALS FOR ALL GRADE LEVELS: $0.30 BREAKFAST $0.40 LUNCH
Elementary Breakfast $0.90 Elementary Lunch $2.20
Middle/High School Breakfast $1.00 Middle/High School Lunch $2.45
- All applicable meal benefit (free or reduced price) households still must reapply. Prior year benefits will expire on 10/01/2018 if a new application is not received Or the household no longer qualifies
- Free and Reduced Price Meal Applications are accepted all year until the last week of school.
- If you have already applied but were denied and there has been a decrease in your income please call 210-368-8745. This adjustment can be made by phone.
- As of July 2012, Federal regulations require changes to LUNCH Meal Patterns served in schools. Students will be required to have a 1/2 cup of fruit or vegetable as part of their lunch meal. We will offer a variety of fruits and vegetables daily to give students more choices. Anything less than a full meal will be charged individually.
- Please click at the bottom of this page for information regarding Military income when applying for Free or Reduced Meals
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Please call 210-368-8745 if you have any questions or conce.