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Fruit Everyday...
Do it for Life!

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Smart Snacks In School
USDA Dietary Guidelines

 

IMPORTANT MENU UPDATE!

Last minute menu changes are occurring frequently and are out of our control due to the nationwide supply chain issues.  Menus on our website and in our mobile menu app may not reflect these changes.  We are doing our best to keep our menus up to date. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this difficult time.

If you have any questions regarding your school's menu, feel free to reach out to the cafeteria manager.

 

No-Cost Meals Offered to Bryan ISD Students for the 2021-2022 School Year

Bryan ISD School Nutrition Services has received a waiver from the Texas Department of Agriculture which will allow all BISD students to eat school breakfast and lunch at no charge for the 2021-2022 school year.  Each day students may receive one breakfast and one lunch at no charge.  Second meals, extra entrees, and ala carte food items will still be available for purchase in the cafeteria.  You are not required to have an approved meal application to receive meals; however, an approved meal application provides many benefits to your family and your school.  

 

Bryan ISD Needs Your Help...

Did you know that filling out a meal application each year can benefit not only your family, but also provide additional state and federal funding to your child’s school? If you do not want to complete a meal application but still want to help your child’s school with funding, then all you need to do is complete the Income Survey that was including in the online returning student forms.

 

Meal application benefits for your family and school, if eligible...

  • Receive free or reduced meal prices for the first 30 days of the 2022-2023 school year
  • Reduced or waived testing fees (SAT, ACT)
  • Reduced afterschool program fees at Alphabest
  • Project Hope Services
  • Medical benefits
  • Pandemic Electronic Benefits Transfers (P-EBT)
  • Brazos Valley Food Bank Backpack Program
  • Reduced rates for Boys and Girls Club
  • Reduced home internet fees (Emergency Broadband Benefit)
  • Your school will receive E-Rate funding which is used for internet access & infrastructure
  • Your school will receive Title I and SCE Federal Funds which are used to pay for academic interventionists, technology such as Chromebooks and iPads, instructional resources for students such as math manipulatives and books, and many other resources that we count on to support and enhance student learning

Benefits to your school when you complete an income survey...

  • Title I and SCE Federal Funds which are used to pay for academic interventionists, technology such as Chromebooks and iPads, instructional resources for our students such as math manipulatives and books, and many other resources that we count on to support and enhance student learning
  • E-Rate funding which is used for internet access and infrastructure

Notice: The California Revenue and Taxation Code (RTC) Section 19853(b) requires local educational agencies (LEA) that operate the National School Lunch Program (NSLP) to annually notify households about the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Information Act.

Earned Income Tax Credit Information Act Communication

 

 
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