Food Service
NISD Food Service
Family Northwest ISD’s Food Service department is committed to the health and well-being of our students by offering nutritious meals. A well-balanced breakfast and lunch plays a vital role in each child’s success. We believe in providing a "best in class" food and nutrition program by creating an environment that helps students flourish. 

Our department follows Food Base Menu Planning.  All secondary and elementary school meals meet the Recommended Daily Allowance established by the USDA and the Texas Department of Agriculture. We research and evaluate every recipe in our menu to ensure they meet nutrition requirements measured by the following categories: Saturated Fat, Total Fat, Calories and Sodium.  For further details on the Texas Public School Nutrition Policy please refer to the full policy at

 Important Information


We are hiring Food Service Employees.  Click here to apply online.  ARAMARK in partnership with Northwest ISD is currently accepting applications for...

  • School Cafeteria Staff (Food Service Worker) $10.25 an hour, depending on experience.   We have part-time and full-time position available depending on location.  Each campus has a variety of scheduling options.  This position follows the school year calendar.  Work while your kids are in school and enjoy time with your kids during the summer & holiday breaks. 

You should be energetic and enjoy working with children in order to apply.  Northwest ISD has kitchens in the following cities Justin, Haslet, Trophy Club & Roanoke.

To apply, you MUST complete an online application. Click here to apply online.

Meal Sense
  Free & Reduced Application
The 2017-2018 Free & Reduced applications are available.   You must complete a new form each year.  Click here for more information.

School Breakfast & Lunch Menus
School menus are available online.  Click here to view our menu web page.

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 Aramark K-12
 Food Service Department
google map1800 Highway 114, Justin, Texas 76247  
call us 817-215-0007 | Fax: 817-215-0006

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