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Student Nutrition FAQ's
Is charging allowed? Students will be allowed to charge two (2) meals in the cafeteria and after that time an alternate meal of: Turkey/Cheese sandwich, fruit & milk will be offered at no cost. Regular meals will be offered as soon as the balance is paid. A student with a negative balance will be allowed to purchase meals with money in-hand at the register.
Adults will not be allowed to charge any meal in the cafeteria and an alternate meal will not be provided.
Parents/Guardians will be responsible for charges occurring while waiting for a meal application to be processed. It may take up to 10 days to process a meal application.
What happens to the money in my child’s account at the end of the school year or if my child transfers to another PTISD school? Money left in an account at the end of the school year will be available for that student’s use in the next school year at any school within the district. If a student should move during the school year, the parent can go to the student’s school and a refund will be made.
Why are snack items offered at lunch? The Snack Bar is an alternative meal offered to the students. Snacks may also be purchased in graded 5th -12th. If parents want restrictions placed on their child’s purchases, they can contact the Director of Child Nutrition, or Cafeteria Manager and have the student’s account restricted.
Where can I find information concerning school parties or other policy guidelines?
Please refer to the new Texas Department of Agriculture policies and information at www.squaremeals.org
How can I find out what my child is eating at school?
To obtain this information:
Request a print-out from your Director of Child Nutrition, or Cafeteria Manager.
What is Pine Tree ISD doing to provide nutritious meals to students?
- All plate lunch meals are analyzed and provide 1/3 RDA for calories, protein, calcium, Vitamin A, Vitamin C and iron.
- All plate lunch meals contain less than 30% calories from fat and less than 10% of calories for
- Fruits served are fresh or canned in light syrup.
- Low fat 2% white and 1% chocolate and strawberry milk are offered at all schools. - The Student Nutrition Department participates in the Texas Farm to School Program which brings fresh picked Texas produce to schools.
Where can I read more information?
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