IMPORTANT: You can now easily check the status of your free and reduced meal application online, at any time from anywhere. Simply click this link to get the must up-to-date status of your application. You'll need either your application confirmation number or your student's ID # and last name.
Parents: Please be aware all 2017-18 Free and Reduced meal applications will expire on Sept 26, 2018. To continue to qualify for meal benefits, you must turn in a completed 2018-19 application to the Nutrition office as possible. For your convenience, you may apply on-line using the website www.schoollunchapp.com. If you have already received a letter from the Nutrition department stating your meal benefits for 2018-19, you do not need to turn in a new application.
La Porte ISD School Nutrition
We are located in the Support Services Center at 2015 Sens Road.
La Porte ISD proudly participates in the National School Lunch Program as well as the School Breakfast Program. Our goal is to provide nutritious, delicious, and safe meals to all of our students, regardless of economic status
Our 2017-2018 meal prices have not increased from the previous school year. All LPISD schools offer breakfast and lunch each day.
Breakfast Prices (All Grades and Campuses)
Reduced is $.30, Paid is $1.25
Reduced is $.40 (All Grades and Campuses)
Paid is $2.25 (PK - 8th)
Paid is $2.50 (9th – 12th)
A la carte food and drink are available at each campus. Prices for a la carte items may increase or decrease without prior notice due to market fluctuations. If you would like to limit your child’s a la carte purchases, please contact us by email. We cannot adjust a student’s account over the phone. Please include your student’s name and school ID in any correspondence.
Free/Reduced Meal Program
LPISD encourages parents who feel they may qualify for free or reduced price meals to complete a meal application. You may do so at any time during the school year. Applications are available at all campuses or can be accessed and submitted on-line at www.schoollunchapp.com.
Households that are currently on the program must submit a new application each year in order to continue to qualify for free or reduced price meals.
All enrolled students have access to their meal accounts with their 5 or 6-digit student identification number. Parents may contact the campus office or the Nutrition office for the ID number. Parents may also set limits on student accounts by contacting their campus nutrition manager with the restrictions.
Money may be deposited into student accounts via cash or check. Make checks payable to LPISD School Nutrition. Checks must include a driver’s license number written on the front along with the student’s name and ID number written on the memo line. Checks returned due to insufficient funds are processed by Envision Payment Solutions which results in a $30.00 processing fee and checks from the household will not be accepted for the remainder of the school year. To clear checks, Envision Payment Solutions may be contacted at 1-877-290-5460.
Parents may prepay online with a credit card or debit card and manage their student’s account at www.myschoolbucks.com
. Parents will be able to view purchases and balances, and set up low balance email alerts. There is a nominal fee for making deposits through this service. Parents will need the student ID number and student name as it appears in the computer system to register with www.myschoolbucks.com
The School Nutrition Department will allow students without money for meals to charge up to the value of 10 days of meals for grades PK-6, and 5 days of meals for grades 7-12. Once this charge limit has been exceeded, the cafeteria will provide the student with a complimentary meal. Students are not allowed to charge a la carte items nor will be allowed to purchase a la carte items if they have a negative account balance.
When a student’s account is low, the cashier gives the student a notice to take home to parents. The cafeteria manager will call the household if no payment has been made after two notices. The district’s automated phone calling system notifies households weekly to inform them of negative balances.
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