It is the mission of the Tomball Independent School District Child Nutrition Department to nutritionally nurture the process of producing lifelong learners who successfully compete in a changing global society. We strive to achieve this mission by providing nutritionally sound meal choices, attractively served in a pleasant environment by professionally trained staff members.
Thank you for choosing Tomball ISD Child Nutrition Department to provide nutritious meals for your child. We consider it an honor to serve our students every day and play an active role in their daily nutrition.
Each TISD student is provided a student ID when enrolled in the district. This number also serves as their meal account number. Students are required to use their ID numbers for every cafeteria purchase. By using ID numbers, our system will capture all the account’s activity, allowing parents to view the items purchased. Please encourage your child to learn their ID number to help us provide faster service to all our customers. If a student does not know their number when purchasing their meal, the cashier does have the ability to look it up for them.
Money may be deposited into student accounts with cash or check in the cafeteria, or online at www.schoolcafe.com. Advanced payment is not necessary. However, this process is convenient for parents, and a child is always ensured a nutritious cafeteria breakfast and lunch. Contact either your school cafeteria manager or the Child Nutrition Department for information or questions regarding the above payment procedures.
Students may charge meals up to the value of two breakfasts and two lunches (Elem/Int. – $7.50, JH - $8.50, HS - $9.50). An automated phone call occurs when a negative balance appears on a student’s account. If a student account exhausts the grace period/charge limit, the student must select a peanut butter and jelly or toasted cheese sandwich entrée for lunch and/or a cereal entrée for breakfast until the negative balance is paid. A la Carte items are not available for charging.
We look forward to serving your students during the 2019-2020 school year. If you have any questions, concerns or comments please feel free to call our office and discuss them with our department.
Director of Child Nutrition
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