Child Nutrition
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    Welcome to the BISD Child Nutrition page! We are now in Partnership with Southwest Foodservice Excellence (SFE)!

    The Child Nutrition Department is a part of the education team, providing students with nutritious meals that promote health and a positive learning atmosphere. Boerne ISD participates in the National School Lunch (NSLP) and School Breakfast Programs. The United States Department of Agriculture administers these programs and has established guidelines that must be followed by the District.

    Boerne ISD follows Texas Public School nutrition policy guidelines available at We look forward to serving your students!

    If you have any questions or need assistance please contact us at The Child Nutrition Department at 830-357-2165 or email


    Please take a few minutes to fill out this short survey for Child Nutrition. We appreciate your participation!

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    Please see the Child Nutrition Update Below!

     Child Nutrition Program Update


    Please feel free to view the link below that talks about Supply Chain Issues & School Meals - What Parents Need to Know

    CN Update






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    Click Here to View a Nutrislice Tutorial!

    Nutrislice Tutorial



    SFE TV- Click the Link Below to View Episode 1

    SFE TV Episode 1

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