Alto Independent School District

Child Nutrition

            Alto Independent School District  

Alto ISD policy for the 2017-2018 school year meal program will again go back to
applications.  Starting on August 1, 2017 we will begin distributing applications for Free and Reduced meals.  These can be picked up at the time of registration.  There will be applications at each campus office.  Applications and Income Eligibility Guidelines will also be posted for your convenience to print.
 See the file to the right for applications and guidelines to open and print
Criteria for Free and Reduced Price Meal Benefits
  1. Income
  2. Household receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservation.
  3. Child's Status (Foster, Homeless, Runaway, Migrant, or displaced by a declared disaster)

 Alto ISD is working with Local agencies to identify all children who are categorically and program eligible and will notify the households of these children that do not need to complete an application.


Meal PricesBreakfast
Elementary           $2.00
Middle School      $2.00
High School         $2.00
Adult                     $2.25
Elementary           $2.25
Middle School      $2.50
High School         $2.50
Adults                   $3.50
Reduced Meals
Breakfast                 .30
Lunch                       .40


See also to the right the new milk guidelines for 3-5yr olds
  White Milk will only be served for all Campuses at Breakfast

For additional information please contact the following person:


Erika Gowin

Alto ISD

Food Service Director

248 County Rd. 2429                                            

Alto, Texas 75925  




                                                 ~ FOOD SERVICE MISSION ~

The Mission of the Alto Independent School District Food Service Department is to provide the most nutritious meal possible to our students throughout the district, with optimum customer service and food safety, while adhering to state and federal guidelines.  




 ~ FOOD SERVICE DIRECTOR ~                                                     
               Erika Gowin
             Lashonnah Holmes
      ~ LADY JACKETS ~
            Malariea Pope
            Angelica Sanchez Lindsey
            Brenda Jackson
            Maria Cervantes                                   


 Building minds and bodies through child nutrition.



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