Thousands of Northside students to eat free this year

August 8, 2016

Thirty-nine thousand students at 49 Northside ISD schools will receive free breakfast and lunch this coming school year thanks to the federal Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act which will provide the financial support needed, according to Dr. Brian T. Woods, superintendent.

Starting the first day of classes, August 22, 2016, NISD schools that qualify under the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) will provide breakfast and lunch to ALL children at no charge and eliminate the collection of meal applications for free and reduced-price meals.

“This approach ensures that students receive nutritious meals every day and reduces the administrative burden for qualifying students for meal assistance,” says Woods. “We are very happy to be able to do this for the students attending the qualifying schools because well-fed children learn better.”

Students who need assistance at the other  Northside schools may also apply for free or reduced price meals.  For additional information, contact the NISD Free and Reduced Program Office at 397-4517.

SCHOOLS THAT QUALIFY FOR ASSISTANCE
UNDER THE FEDERAL HEALTHY, HUNGER-FREE KIDS ACT

Elementary Schools

Adams Hill

Allen

Boone

Brauchle

Burke

Cable

Carlos Coon

Carnahan

Cody

Colonies North

Driggers

Esparza

Fisher

Glass

Glenn

Glenoaks

Hatchett

Howsman

Mary Hull

Knowlton

Leon Valley

Linton

Martin

Michael

McDermott

Mead

Meadow Village

Myers

Oak Hills Terrace

Passmore

Powell

Rhodes

Timberwilde

Valley Hi

Villarreal

Westwood Terrace

 

Middle Schools

Jones

NAMS-North

NAMS-South

Neff

Pease

Rayburn

Ross

Rudder

Zachry

 

High Schools

Holmgreen Center (DAEP)

Holmes

Jay

Northside Alternative