Students in need of a modified school breakfast or lunch based on a diet prescription should get the Diet Prescription for Meals at School form from the school office, have it completed and signed by a physician or recognized medical authority, and return it to the school office.
Students from households that meet federally established income guidelines are eligible for free or reduced price meals. To apply for these benefits, an application must be completed at the beginning of each school year. Applications may be obtained from the school office. Failure to complete all information on the application in filling out the application will delay processing. Return completed applications to the school office. If you have any questions or need assistance in filling out the application, please call the Tarrant Board of Education at 849-3700.
All purchases must be paid for in full at the time the student receives his/her plate. A student may call his/her parent(s) to bring lunch money to school. If this becomes a serious problem for a student, arrangements should be made to pay for the student's meals either weekly or monthly.
No. Restaurant fast foods and carbonated drinks may NOT be brought into the lunchroom by anyone under any circumstances. This is a violation of the Federal Lunch Program guidelines and could jeopardize our funding from the Federal Government. Please help us continue serving quality lunches by not bringing fast food into the lunchroom.