All meals may be prepaid either in the cafeteria or online at www.myschoolbucks.com. MySchoolBucks.com prepayments are the most convenient way to ensure that your child has money for meals. All payments made prior to 10 am will be credited to your child's account that day. Any payments made after 10 am may not credit until the next school day.
For questions or issues regarding MySchoolBucks.com, please contact Paula Melton, Food Service Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
SEVERE FOOD ALLERGY/DISABILITY
Students with disabilities as defined under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the American Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), the Education of the Handicapped Act (IDEA) and students with a physician's assessment of food allergies that may result in a severe, life threatening (anaphylactic) reaction will be accommodated regarding special diets as specified by a licensed physician. Click on the link below to download applicable forms.
Food Service Director
817-341-5000 x 2038
Elementary Cafeteria Manager
Ext. 817-341-5000 x 4142
Junior High Cafeteria Manager
817-341-5000 x 3090
High School Cafeteria Manager
817-341-5000 x 2038
USDA Information & Links
Please go to the link below for information on assistance programs.
USDA Assistance for Children from Kindergarten to 12th Grade
The USDA free meals program has expired.
USDA Provides Free Meals to all students for the 2021-2022 school year.
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