Welcome back! All student meals this school year are Free!
Please bear with us as the availability of some foods, services and menu items for school year 2021-2022 may continue to be impacted at this time due to supply chain issues as our vendors continue to deal with pandemic related issues. We anticipate menus to remain subject to change. Thank you for your understanding, patience and flexibility during this uncertain recovery period.
Below is a brief video explaining the current nationwide supply chain issues:
The Tomball ISD Child Nutrition Department operates meal service under the federal guidelines of the following United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) programs: School Breakfast Program (SBP) and National School Lunch Program (NSLP): Healthy Hunger Free Act of 2010, the Child and Adult Care Feeding Program (CACFP), as well as the USDA Smart Snacks in Schools standards, and the Seamless Summer Option (SSO) 2021-2022 waiver.
2021-2022 Pre-K Schools
Tomball Elementary, Lakewood Elementary, Decker Prairie Elementary, Rosehill Elementary, Wildwood Elementary, Canyon Pointe Elementary, Grand Oaks Elementary
2021-2022 Elementary & Intermediate Schools
Tomball Elementary, Canyon Pointe Elementary, Willowcreek Elementary, Wildwood Elementary, Tomball Intermediate, Northpointe Intermediate, Oakcrest Intermediate, Grand Oaks Elementary, Creekside Forest Elementary, Timber Creek Elementary, Creekview Elementary, Rosehill Elementary, Decker Prairie Elementary, Lakewood Elementary
2021-2022 Junior High Schools
Two separate lines for lunch.
Tomball Junior High, Willowwood Junior High, Creekside Park Junior High, & Grand Lakes Junior High
2021-2022 High Schools
Three different lines for lunch.
Tomball High School, Tomball Memorial High School
2021-2022 Star Academy
2021-2022 Connections Academy
2021-2022 Tomball High School After School Meal 2:45 pm to 3:45 pm every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
2021-2022 Tomball Early Excellence Academy
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