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What's New?
No Charging: Starting Monday, May 18th 

 Students who don’t have enough funds in their account for a meal, will be given a cheese sandwich.


Parents may go to www.myschoolbucks.com to check their child’s account.

Adding Money To Your Child’s Account

Cash or Check Payments: School cafeterias accept cash and check payments. Payments may be sent to your child’s school to be deposited into his/her account. Checks may be split among more than one student if requested.


Online Payment: Adding money to your child’s account is a simple three-step process. 

  1. Go to www.myschoolbucks.com.
  2. Create a user profile by clicking on the “Start Here” button on the home page. 
  3. Add students to your household - you will need the child’s name, birth date and student ID.
  4. Now you are ready to make payments.

A $1.95 convenience fee will be applied to the total at checkout.

Information Regarding Blue Bell Ice Cream Recall 
(Updated April 21st)

*  As a precautionary measures, NISD stopped selling Blue Bell products on April 9th, 2015.  We will not sell any Blue Bell products for the remainder of the school year.

Northwest ISD DOES NOT purchase the three products in question from the March 23 Blue Bell recall: 3 oz. ice cream cups (tab lid) in the chocolate, vanilla and strawberry flavors and therefore did not receive any of these products that were confirmed as contaminated by the FDA.
Northwest ISD (LISD) DID NOT receive the three products that were confirmed as contaminated by the FDA. While NISD normally sells the Sour Pop Green Apple Bars that were removed from production as a precautionary measure, Blue Bell tested the product and found it was not contaminated. We have also removed all products produced at the Broken Arrow, OK facility.
NISD is no longer selling the products that were recalled for precautionary measures; the district NEVER sold the three products in which listeria bacteria were found.
If you have additional questions or concerns please call the NISD Food Service office at 

Aramark Food Services is hiring!

Are you interested in working while your children are in school? Do you enjoy cooking? Aramark Food Services is hiring!

ARAMARK in partnership with Northwest ISD is currently accepting across the district for...

  • Food Service employee (part-time)
  • Assistant Managers
  • Kitchen Managers ($11.50 - $16.00 an hour depending on location & experience) across the district. 

You should be energetic and enjoy working with children in order to apply. 
Apply in person at:
The Child Nutrition Department/ARAMARK
Northwest ISD School Support Services
1800 Highway 114 | Justin, Texas 76247
Phone: 817-215-0007 


Food Service
Our Commitment to Nutrition
NISD’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.

What's New?

Important Changes to the 2014-2015 National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs:

Final provisions of the USDA Nutrition Standards for School Lunch and Breakfast Meals are effective on July 1, 2014.  A summary of the changes to the USDA Reimbursable Meal Programs (Meal Deals) include:

  • Meals offered to students must have five components: Grain, Meat/Meat Alternate, Fruit, Vegetable, and Fluid Milk. Students MUST take at least 1/2 cup of fruit OR vegetable for a reimbursable meal.

  • Fruits and vegetables are now considered two separate groups with increased serving sizes/day and number of servings/week of each required.

  • Vegetables are now divided into subgroups with minimum daily and weekly requirements for each subgroup.

  • All grains must be whole grain-rich.

  • Only 1% unflavored, skim flavored, and skim unflavored milks may be offered.
  • Only 1% unflavored, skim flavored, and skim unflavored milks may be offered.

  • All grains must be whole grain-rich.

  • Beginning in School Year 2013–2014, meals offered to students must have four items from three components: Bread/Grains, Fruit, and Milk. Meat/Meat Alternates may be offered in place of some of the Bread/Grains.

  • Breakfast meals offered to students must have at least four items from three components: Bread/Grains, Fruit, and Milk.

  • There is no requirement for Meat/Meat Alternate at breakfast, but menus may include these in addition to the required grain items.

  • In School Year 2014–2015, schools must offer 1 cup fruit at breakfast and students must select

Click here for more information or go to the Food Service “Important Changes to the Lunch & Breakfast Programs” web page.

Meal Sense
Quick. Simple. Smart.

Do you want to make sure your children get nutritious & delicious school meals everyday? Sign up for Free or Reduced-Price School Meals!

** 2014-2015 School Year Meal Sense (Free & Reduced) hard copy applications are available!** 

NISD and Aramark Earns Sixteen HealthierUS School Awards

HUSSC Award NISD in a partnership with ARAMARK Education, was honored for helping fight against childhood obesity by receiving 16 HealthierUS School Awards. NISD's menus meet United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) HealthierUS standards for offering more whole grain options, a different fresh fruit and fresh vegetable every day of the week, and only 1% or skim milk.

USDA awarded the following NISD schools as HealthierUS School Challenge award winners:

  • Clara Love Elementary School (Silver
  • J.C. Thompson Elementary School (Silver)
  • Haslet Elementary School (Bronze)
  • J. Lyndal Hughes Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Justin Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Kay Granger Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Lakeview Elementary School (Bronze)
  • O.A. Peterson Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Prairie View Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Roanoke Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Samuel Beck Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Schluter Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Sendera Ranch Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Seven Hills Elementary School (Bronze)
  • Sonny & Allegra Nance Elementary School (Bronze)
  • W.R. Hatfield Elementary School (Bronze)

NISD Food Service Department/ARAMARK
Northwest ISD School Support Services
1800 Highway 114 | Justin, Texas 76247
Phone: 817-215-0007

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