Welcome to the Child Nutrition Department
1205 Foundation Drive
Waco, Texas 76712
254-761-5760 Fax: 254-761-5781
The National School Lunch and Breakfast Program at Midway ISD is planned and managed by Aramark Food Services. We take pride in providing Midway students with well-balanced, nutritious meals.
In compliance with the National School Lunch Program, applications for free and reduced-priced meals are available in the front office of each school. Please follow the application directions carefully so your application can be processed quickly. If you have more than one child attending MISD schools, combine their names on one application form.
If you received free/reduced-priced meals last year, your children will continue to receive meal benefits the first 30 days of school (October 7,2014). During that time, a new application must be completed for free/reduced meals to continue.
Students can pay for their meals using cash or by deducting it from their food service account. To deposit funds into a child’s account, send cash or a check made out to Midway ISD. For an instant deposit, you may also use the new Internet program, MySchoolBucks
, to directly deposit funds into your child’s account from your credit card. All funds remaining in your child’s food service account can be refunded. Requests for refunds or requests to place restrictions on your child’s account can be sent via email to the Child Nutrition Secretary, Pat Allison.
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the program at Midway, please contact Jennifer Kattner, Child Nutrition Director, at 254-761-5760.
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