FAQ’s for 2021-2022 Boerne ISD Child Nutrition
- What will meal service look like for the 2021-2022 School Year?
- BISD will be offering traditional, in-building breakfast and lunch at no cost for BISD enrolled students.
- Will “Grab-n-Go” feeding be available during school year 2021-22?
- No, we will be offering students meals through the serving line only.
- What is the cost for meals?
The USDA Free Meal Waiver allows Breakfast & Lunch at no cost to all BISD students for SY 2021-22.
- How can I apply for Free & Reduced meals?
Free & Reduced Price Meal Applications are not required for meals during the USDA Free Meal waiver
period for school year 2021-22. You can also contact us at 830-357-2063 for any further question.
- Where can I make payments or obtain a refund on my student’s meal account?
- Payments for extra food purchases can be made on https://www.lunchmoneynow.com/lmnboe
- This service also tracks meal balances and student meal history for your child.
- Prior year balances will be rolled forward to the student’s new school.
- If a child has withdrawn or graduated, you may contact 830-357-2063 for a refund.
- Where can I find a current menu?
Visit https://boerne-isd.nutrislice.com/menus-eula for our online interactive menus.
- Who do I contact if I have additional questions about student meals?
You may contact your student’s Cafeteria Manager or the Child Nutrition office at (830) 357-2064.
This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
For More Information on the Nutrition Requirements for the School Breakfast Program, National School Lunch Program and Smart Snacks Click the Links Below!
Interpreting a Nutrition Label
Food Security Support and Hunger Resources
Guide to Eating Healthy on an Affordable Budget
Food & Drug Administration
Texas Department of Agriculture
Texas Department of Agriculture Child Nutrition Department
United States Department of Agriculture Child Nutrition Program
Smart Snacks Calculator
Playground Physical Education Guide
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