Food Service Mission
The Mission of the Alto ISD Food Service Department is to provide nutritional meals to our students throughout the district, with optimum customer service and food safety, while adhering to state and federal guidelines.
What Makes A Meal
FOOD SERVICE STAFF
Child Nutrition Manager
Maria Cervantes, Angelica Sanchez-Lindsey, Brenda Jackson, and Malariea Pope
- Meal Prices
- Meal Applications
- Charging Policy
- Special Diet Forms
- Smart Snack Calculator
- Summer Food Program
- Civil Rights Statement
- Milk Guidelines for 3-5 year olds
- Child Meal Pattern
- Free & Reduced Application - English
- Free & Reduced Application - Spanish
- Directions & Income Guidelines for Parents - English
- Directions & Income Guidelines for Parents - Spanish
Criteria for Free and Reduced Price Meal Benefits
- Household receiving Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF); or Food Distribution Program on Indian Reservation.
- Child's Status (Foster, Homeless, Runaway, Migrant, or displaced by a declared disaster)
Click here for Income Guidelines for 2018-2019.
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.