Wilson Elementary

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    • Lunch Accounts

      The Coppell ISD Child Nutrition Department provides quality meals to students while also balancing nutrition requirements with student preferences and financial obligations.

      2012-2013 Meal Prices
      Breakfast: $1.25
      Lunch: $2.50
      Salad Bar every Thursday - included in the price as part of a meal
      Price is $1.25 a la carte

      Free and Reduced Priced Meals
      Students may qualify for free and reduced (.30 for breakfast/.40 for lunch) priced meals based on their household income. Applications are given to ALL students at the beginning of the year. Applications must be completed and returned to the Child Nutrition office at 1303 Wrangler Circle, Coppell, Texas 75019 for processing. All applicants will be notified by mail of their meal status.

      Account Balance
      Student account balances are updated on a daily basis. Please contact your cafeteria manager with any questions or concerns about transaction history or balances.

      Student Meal Charging Policy
      Students may charge a maximum of 2 meals. When a student has charged the maximum number of meals, the student will be given an alternate meal of vegetables, fruit and milk.

      Account Limits
      Parents may specify which foods students may or may not have. An account limit form is available online or by contacting your school cafeteria manager.

      Prepay student meals online by accessing the CISD portal system or go directly to MySchoolBucks.com.

      Child Nutrition Check Acceptance Policy
      In the unlikely event your check is returned unpaid by your bank, we will redeposit your check electronically. We use Checksmart as our collection agency. The use of a check for payment into a student lunch account is your acknowledgement and acceptance of this policy and its terms. For more information concerning Checksmart, contact 1-888-851-6634.

      Nutritional Analysis
      The nutritional requirements of our meals are regulated by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA). We plan our menus to meet the nutritional requirements for the ages of the students at each school. Kids that eat nutritious meals not only perform better in school, but in all aspects of their lives. We analyze our meals for their nutritional value and these analyses are available at your request.

      Ala Carte Programs
      All schools offer some items for sale in addition to the regular meal programs. Second helpings of entre items and desserts, including ice cream, are sold in the elementary schools.
      Ala carte items are priced individually. Please make sure that your student knows what ala carte items they are permitted to buy and how often they can purchase them. If you do not want your child to purchase ala carte items, purchase breakfast, or make charges, you must notify your child's cafeteria manager and an alert can be posted in the computer.