Welcome to the Weatherford ISD Child Nutrition Department!
The mission of our department is to provide healthy, appealing food to encourage good nutritional choices! Our meals and snacks follow the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, and we support you in your efforts to live a healthy, active lifestyle. We hope you will find the website information helpful to you. Our mission is: "Feeding the Future... Today." The mission of the Weatherford Independent School District is to teach, challenge and inspire each student in a safe, nurturing environment. Your children are the most important reason that we exist, and we love to serve them!
Breakfast: $1.25 at all schools
Elementary school lunch: $2.65
Secondary school lunch: $2.75
Staff and Adult Lunch Price: $3.75
Pre-payments for school meals can be made in two ways:
1. By cash, money order, or check presented to your school Cafeteria Manager between the hours of 7:00 am - 1:30 pm. Please write your children's names, student ID numbers, and the amount you wish to deposit to each one's account. (You may pay for several children in various WISD schools at a single location, if you desire; however there may be up to a 24 hour delay for payment to be applied.)
with a debit or credit card for a convenience fee, 24 hours a day, through My School Bucks
account. Please have your child's ID number available. If you have any questions about your My School Bucks account please contact them directly
You can apply any time during the school year for free or reduced price student meals.
1. A printed meal application form. - One application is sent home in every student packet on the first day of school or at enrollment. We cannot accept faxed applications. Only original signatures can be accepted.
If a completed application is not received and processed by the Child Nutrition office within the first 30 days of school, the student's meal status will change to "full pay". They can be completed online
or paper applications are available at the school offices, the District Services Building at 1100 Longhorn Drive, or at the Child Nutrition Office.
CN Office location:
We appreciate your patronage! Please feel free to contact us or come by our office.
Hours of Operation: 7:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday - Friday
999 Sloan Street
Weatherford, TX 76086
||Executive Director of Support Services
||Assistant Director of Child Nutrition
||Support Services Specialist
||Free & Reduced Clerk
Contact Information for Child Nutrition Cafeteria Managers:
Hours of Operation: 6:30 am - 2:00 pm, Monday - Friday
||817-598-2847, x 6
|Hall Middle School
|Tison Middle School
|Austin Elementary School
|Crockett Elementary School
|Curtis Elementary School
||817-598-2838, X 7
|Ikard Elementary School
|Martin Elementary School
|Seguin Elementary School
|Wright Elementary School
Also, please note that the Texas Public School Nutrition Policy (TPSNP) has set regulations regarding what foods and beverages may be made available on school campuses during the regular school day but not what parents provide to their own children. For more information, please see the Texas Administrative Code, Title 4, Part 1, Chapter 26, Subchapter A, Rule 26.7:
(b) This subchapter does not restrict what parents may provide for their own child's lunch or snacks. Parents may provide FMNV or candy items for their own child's consumption, but they may not provide restricted items to other children at school. A school may adopt a more restrictive rule, however, as local policy.
Source Note: The provisions of this §26.7 adopted to be effective February 26, 2009, 34 TexReg 1231
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