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Leverett's Chapel Food Services
Caronda Cross : Cafeteria Manager

Nora Jimenez: Cafeteria Worker
Laura Jones: Cafeteria Worker
Lunch and Breakfast Prices 2016-17
PK - 5th grade : $2.20
6th - 12th grade: $2.25
Reduced lunch all students : $.40
Adult Lunch: $3.50

Adult Breakfast: $2.00
Breakfast is free for all students.
Child Nutrition School Lunch/ Breakfast Guidelines
The Child Nutrition department has available free/reduced applications every day that school is in session. The applications may be filled out at any time during the school year. The application will be processed within 10 working days and the parent notified of any benefits that the student qualifies for in the school breakfast and lunch program. A new application must be completed each school year. Students qualifying for free lunch also qualify for free breakfast so ensure your child takes advantage of both.

The Child Nutrition Department will send notices home concerning charges at least monthly. Parent may call at any time to inquire about a student account. Students will not be allowed to purchase extras. For example a student has 50 cents and tries to purchase an item in addition to his or her lunch, this will not be allowed and the money will be applied to the lunch being purchased or the outstanding charges.

We strongly encourage placing money in your child’s account once a week, once a month or even for the whole year instead of sending the daily amount each day. When paying into a child’s account the easiest way to accomplish that is by check made out to Leverett's Chapel ISD for school lunches. Cash is frequently lost or spent on other items when intended for lunch or breakfast.

Please contact the Cafeteria Manager @ (903) 834-3181, if you have any question or need assistance.
Meal Service for Students with No Money/ No Lunch From Home
Schools are not required to serve children who receive reduced-price or full-price meals but do not have money to pay. The state recommends Food Service Directors establish a charge policy, even if it is a no-charge policy and may provide an alternative meal at the Cafeteria’s cost. Parents and Students should be informed of the limitations of the established policy.

Texas Department of Agriculture Administrative Reference Manual
Smart Snacks in School
We are focused on the health of our school environment. Nutrition standard have been established for all snacks sold in school by any entity, including parent/student organizations, teachers, boosters, fundraisers, or the food and nutrition services department. These standards for snack sales are in effect from any time before school through 1/2 hour after school, in accordance with the Healthy Hunger- Free Kids Act, the USDA