In order for our food service department to prepare for the end of the 2013-2014 school year, students will not be allowed to charge on their accounts after May 5, 2014. All outstanding balances will need to be collected and cleared prior to the last day of school. Funds will need to be available in the account or with cash in order for your student to eat breakfast and/or lunch, unless your child(ren) is receiving free meals.
Please visit our website at www.pilotpointisd.com and click on the MySchoolBucks icon either under the Parent/Student tab or Food Service drop down. Current NutriKids accounts can be viewed through the new MySchoolBucks system. New accounts may be set up using your child’s six-digit student ID number. This number may be obtained from the campus they are located on. MySchoolBucks will allow you to prepay for your child’s meals by utilizing a credit or debit card.
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact your child’s campus cafeteria manager at the following number:
Elementary School – 940/686.8710, ext. 207 Intermediate School – 940/686.8720, ext. 237
Middle School – 940/686.8730, etc. 407 High School – 940/686.8740, ext. 232
Again, students will no longer be able to charge on their lunch account for the 2013-2014 school year after May 5, 2014 unless funds are available or cash is provided.
Thank you in advance for your help and cooperation.
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There have been great changes in our cafeteria that need to be noted! The main difference being that the USDA is requiring that every child must take a fruit or vegetable on their tray at lunchtime as they go through the line. Most other guidelines for "building a meal" are the same as before. Your child may select an entree, may take milk if they want, and may have a choice of other fruits, vegetables, and bread items on the line. Another minor change is that the size of the vegetable and the fruit servings has increased to half a cup.
There will be more whole grain products offered this year and more fresh fruits and vegetables on the menu than in the past. There will also be more items made from scratch using "student tested" recipes.
Our menus come directly from ARAMARK and the national/regional team who has spent many months creating and assembling the menus and recipes specifically for school-age students. The major task the team has faced has been to meet the new federal requirements for student meals and what can be offered on a tray.
Please join us for breakfast or lunch and encourage your students to do the same!
Create Your Own Lunch
Choose at least 3 of the 5 meal components
Click on the Meal Sense icon to access a copy of the application for free or reduced price meals available in the cafeterias. When you have completed this application, please turn it in to your student's cafeteria manager. Only one application is needed per family.