Our Mission Statement
It is our pleasure as the Food and Nutrition Service Team to serve the children of Big Spring ISD. Big Spring ISD Food Service affirms the nutritional needs of our students are a vital part of the educational experience. We are dedicated to serving our students a quality meal in an environment that would exceed customer expectations. We encourage parents to apply for Free and Reduced Meal benefits by applying online on the Meal Now App located on the main webpage. Paper applications are available upon request. For any question or concerns about the meal application process, please call the Food Service Office at 432-264-3635. We will be happy to assist you in this process.
Lunch Money Now. Access your student's cafeteria account via the internet. View your child's account balance, purchase history, make deposits to your Child's cafeteria account using a credit card, and sign up for low balance notices via email or text. You can manage your students' accounts at all campuses on one screen.
Household Income Survey. Since BSISD will be continuing the free lunch program for all students, every family is encouraged to fill out the Household Income Survey to determine the economic disadvantage status of each student for reporting to TEA. Only one survey is needed per family and no actual income data is reported. BSISD is required to collect and report this information for purposes of the annual state accountability ratings and for federal reporting. Please complete the survey regardless of income.
BSISD Dining Services School Dish website provides a nutritional calculator for all scheduled campus meals. Just select your campus, then the date and meal. Then add the items your student chooses to consume at the meal. The meal calculator will provide basic nutritional information for the choices selected including calories, fat, cholesterol, sodium, carbohydrates, and protein.
708 East 11th Place
Big Spring, Texas 79720
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