To apply for free and reduced-price meals, households must fill out the application and return it to the school. Starting August 20, 2018, AISD will begin distributing applications to the households of the children in the District about eligibility benefits and any actions households need to take to apply for these benefits. Applications are also available at the Child Nutrition Services (CNS) Center at 1802 Aldine Bender Rd., Houston, and TX. 77032.
Families can also apply online (click here/haga clic para solicitar en línea). This process makes it easy and convenient to apply for meal benefits for your child/children. Simply enter the requested information as accurately as possible, and all data will be instantly and securely sent to CNS for processing.
Applications may be submitted anytime during the school year.
The information households provide on the application will be used for the purpose of determining eligibility and verification of data. Eligibility is based on federally established income and household guidelines. School officials may verify applications at any time during the year.
Families can download the app for iPhone (click here/haga clic para descargar app) and for Android phones (click here/haga clic para descargar app).
Until applications are processed, parents will need to give their children money to purchase lunch. Parents should allow 10 working days for eligibility determination after receipt of a completed paper application by Child Nutrition Services.
If you have any questions, please call (281) 985-6441 or visit www.SchoolCafe.com (click here/haga clic si tiene preguntas).
School meals meet the Dietary Guidelines for Healthy Americans and all national standards of the United States Department of Agriculture in addition to any adopted nutritional requirements of the Texas Department of Agriculture.
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