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Nutrient Standards of Meals

Today’s school breakfast and lunch are both designed to meet stringent national and state nutrition standards.  These nutritional guidelines require that school meals provide specific amounts of calories, protein, types of vegetables (green, orange/red, legumes, starch, & other) fruit, whole grains, and low-fat/fat free milk.  In addition, meals are lower in sodium and cholesterol and higher in fiber than in the past.  USDA Meal Pattern
Today, students must choose a fruit or vegetable with their meal to receive the unit price.  The Child Nutrition Director approves all menus to meet these standards.
Please follow this link to learn more about Nutrient Standards in Schools.
Tomball ISD uses SchoolCafé to assist parents with paying for meals and managing their student's cafeteria account online.  Click here to access the SchoolCafe system to place money on your student's account.  You may also wish to place account restrictions or apply for Free and Reduced Priced Meals through SchoolCafé.
2018-2019 Monthly Nutrient Analysis:
Pre-K Schools
Decker Prairie Elementary, Lakewood Elementary, Rosehill Elementary Canyon Pointe Elementary, Tomball Elementary, Wildwood Elementary
Elementary & Intermediate Schools
Tomball Elementary, Canyon Pointe Elementary, Willowcreek Elementary, Wildwood Elementary, Northpointe Intermediate, Tomball Intermediate, Oakcrest Intermediate
Elementary Combo Schools
Creekview Elementary, Creekside Forest Elementary, Timber Creek Elementary, Lakewood Elementary, Decker Prairie Elementary, Rosehill Elementary
Junior High Schools
 Tomball Junior High, Willowwood Junior High, Creekside Park Junior High
High Schools
Tomball High School, Tomball Memorial High School
Tomball Star Academy
Connections Academy