National School Lunch Program Resources for 2022-2023 School Year
Each school year, each STISD family must complete and submit an application for free and reduced-price meals, and be approved, to qualify for these rates.
Full price: $1.65
Reduced price: $.30
Full price: $3.35
Reduced price: $.40
If you need to make a deposit into your child's account, please select link for further instructions.
Below are the links to download the application in English and Spanish.
Parents are highly encouraged to complete their application through the Meal Benefits/FRAM component within the Infinite Campus Parent Portal. It can be accessed by logging into the Parent Portal here. Note: If you do not yet have an Infinite Campus Parent Portal, contact your child's campus directly to have a technology representative assist you with getting one set up.
How to Find the Application in the Parent Portal
Once logged into your Parent Portal account, click on the "More" option within the menu on the left side of the page. Once the "More" menu loads, click on "Meal Benefits," and then the hyperlinked text that says "click here to start the application process."
Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals - English
Application for Free and Reduced-Price Meals - Spanish
Click here to see the Income Eligibility Guidelines for 2022-2023
Nutrition Services Quick Link
Nutrition Services Payment Options
Nutrition Services Meal Prices
Breakfast and Lunch Menus
For assistance and more information, please contact the nutrition department at 956.514.4236.
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