2016 Summer Feeding Program Announcement
MISD Child Nutrition Services is an Offer versus Serve district for lunch and breakfast; meaning students will choose food items for the meal tray. Meals are then qualified at the cashier station to determine if the meal is reimbursable or if food items must be charged as a-la-carte.
For breakfast to qualify as a reimbursable meal a student must choose at least 3 of the 4 food items offered; one food item MUST be at least a ½ cup fruit or ½ cup juice or choose all 4 food items.
For lunch to qualify as a reimbursable meal a student must choose at least 3 of the 5 food items offered; one MUST be at least a ½ cup fruit or ½ cup vegetable.
Further detail is offered on campus menus on how to choose food items.
Menus are always subject to change without notice.
Meal pricing for breakfast: ALL MISD Students eat at NO COST; Adults/visitors/non-student $2.00.
Meal pricing for lunch: Students PK-8 eat at NO COST; Students 9-12 $2.50; Adults/visitors/non-students $3.50
Meal pricing for qualified reduce-paid students for lunch: Students 9-12 $.40
MISD Food Service is committed to providing quality meals and courteous service to our customers. All meals served to the students of MISD are regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture and the Texas Department of Agriculture and all guidelines are followed.
If at any time there are questions or concerns, please contact the Malakoff Child Nutrition Office Service at 903-489-0313 ext. 1160.
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