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Lunch Information

Breakfast and Lunch Information -

Pricing - lunch menu --- lunch schedule is listed at the bottom of the page.

*MISD Student Breakfast - Free for all students

*Visitor Breakfast - $2.00

**MISD PreK-5th grade student lunches - $2.35 or $.40 for reduced price meals

**Visitor Lunches - $3.25

Lunch consists of an entrée, two selections of a fruit or vegetable, bread which may be part of the entrée or separate and a choice of milk. Students may select all five components or take three components for a full meal. Meals are priced as a unit; however, each item is available a la carte.

To apply for free or reduced-price meals, complete the free and reduced-price meals application, sign it, and return it to your students school cafeteria or the Food Service Office at PO Box 359, Manor, TX 78653.

Free/Reduced Lunch Applications are available at each campus or the Food Service Office.

In order to expedite the lunchtime process, please have children pre-pay for their meals using one of the following methods:

Check – list student ID number(s) or students full name in the memo area, make payable to MANOR ISD FOOD SERVICE

Cash – in an envelope, list student ID number(s) or students full name

Online with debit/credit card (fee – $2.50) – click on the lunch box icon on the Manor ISD home page or Lunch Money Now.

You can use the above methods to pay for more than one student with one easy payment. Just be sure to indicate the multiple student ID numbers or names and how much money should be credited to each account. This system will allow students access to their account from any serving line in the district.

Child Nutrition Program Information

MISD offers lunch menus that are designed to meet one-third of the Recommended Dietary Allowances for calories, protein, iron, calcium, Vitamin A and Vitamin C. Additionally the menus are analyzed to assure that the week does not exceed 30 percent of calories from fat or 10 percent of calories from saturated fat. Sodium, cholesterol and fiber are monitored as well.

Lunch consists of an entrée, two selections of a fruit or vegetable, bread which may be part of the entrée or separate and a choice of milk. Students may select all five components or take three components for a full meal. Meals are priced as a unit; however, each item is available a la carte.

Breakfast menus are designed to meet one-fourth of the Recommended Dietary Allowances for calories, protein, iron, calcium, Vitamin A and Vitamin C. They are also analyzed for weekly averages of fat and saturated fat and monitored for sodium, cholesterol and fiber.

Pin Numbers
Special pin numbers may now be assigned to a student’s account to ensure security. To acquire a pin number, please contact the Food Service office at (512) 278-4080.

ID Numbers
Secondary students may obtain ID number information from the school or by calling the Food Service office. Elementary students will be provided with a coded lunch card they can find on a board in the school cafeteria. The cards will be organized by grade/teacher.

Charges
Students will only be allowed to “charge” their lunch two times. After two charges, a sandwich and milk will be provided for one day only. Students will be required to bring their lunch from home until all charges are paid. This policy will be in effect until the month of May, when no charges will be allowed.

Special Dietary Needs
Please contact the Food Service office at (512) 278-4080, for any special dietary needs or concerns.