Our Commitment to NutritionNISD’s Food Service department is committed to the health and well-being of our students by offering well-balanced 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.
The department follows Nutrient Standard Menu Planning. All meals must meet the Recommended Daily Allowance established by the USDA and the Texas Department of Agriculture’s Texas Public School Nutrition Policy. We research and evaluate every recipe in our menu to ensure they meet nutrition requirements measured by the following categories: Calcium, Calories, Iron, Protein, Saturated Fat, Total Fat, Vitamin A and Vitamin C. For further details on the Texas Public School Nutrition Policy please refer to the full policy at www.squaremeals.org.
NISD and Aramark Earns Sixteen HealthierUS
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Northwest ISD School Support Services
1800 Highway 114 | Justin, Texas 76247
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