• All GISD Students to Receive Free Meals All Year

    Through the Department of Agriculture’s Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) program, Galveston ISD Child Nutrition will provide breakfast and lunch for the 2019-2020 school year to all children at no charge.

    GISD Child Nutrition is changing its policy for serving meals to children served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program for the 19-20 school year. All campuses have been accepted to operate the CEP offered by the USDA and will now provide free breakfast and lunch to all children.

    This system will eliminate the collection of meal applications for free and reduced-price student meals as well as collecting payment for basic student meals. Add-ons, including chips, ice cream and other snacks will still be available for an extra cost. This new approach reduces burdens for both families and school administrators and helps ensure that students receive nutritious meals. 

    For additional information on CEP please contact: Jennifer Douglas, Director of Child Nutrition at jenniferdouglas@gisd.org or 409-766-5162. 

     

    AIM Menus

    AIM Breakfast Menu

    AIM Lunch 

     

    Ball High Menus

    Ball High Breakfast

    Ball High Lunch 

    Ball High Dinner

     

    Middle School Menus

    Collegiate Academy at Weis Breakfast

    Middle School Breakfast

    Middle School Lunch

    Middle School Dinner

     

    Elementary School Menus

    Elementary k-5 Breakfast

    Elementary k-5 Lunch 

    Elementary Pre-k Menu

    Elementary Dinner Menu

     

    Crenshaw School Menus

    Crenshaw Breakfast and Lunch Menu Cycle 1 & 2

    Crenshaw Breakfast and Lunch Menu Cycle 3 & 4

     

    Moody Early Childhood Center (MECC) 

    MECC Breakfast and Lunch Menu

     

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    PRE-K3 and PRE-K4 MEAL PATTERN

    The CACFP meal patterns for participating Children ensure those age groups have access to healthy, balanced meals and snacks throughout the day.  The meal patterns include a variety of vegetables, fruits and whole grains. These Pre-K students are not offer vs serve – the server will serve all the meal components in smaller portions following the meal pattern and production records. Only white milk is offered.