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Child Nutrition Services

Welcome to the WFISD Child Nutrition website! We believe that healthy and well-nourished children are the foundation of a successful educational journey.

At WFISD, we recognize the critical role that nutrition plays in the physical and cognitive development of children. We are committed to ensuring that our students have access to nutritious meals that are not only delicious but also meet the highest standards of quality and safety.

Through our Child Nutrition program, we strive to create a positive and engaging dining experience for students, fostering healthy eating habits that will benefit them both now and in the future. We work closely with parents, guardians, teachers, and school staff to promote nutrition education and encourage the consumption of balanced meals.

We believe that healthy eating habits are developed through a collaborative effort between schools, families, and communities. 

The WFISD Child Nutrition department participates in the National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs. Your child can qualify for free meals if you receive Food Stamps or TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families). Your child may also be eligible depending on your income.

Free and Reduced Lunch applications are available throughout the year at all schools and the WFISD Child Nutrition office located at 2015 5th Street, Bldg. A. Ring the doorbell for entry. For more information, call 940-235-1065.

Thank you for visiting the Child Nutrition section of the WFISD website. Together, let's nourish the minds and bodies of our children, empowering them to reach their full potential.


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