Visit the CNS website for more information.

Weekly menus will be posted online on the CNS website this year for review and family planning.

Menu options and related nutritional information may be found at the Child Nutrition Service website, too. SBISD participates in the National School Lunch Program and offers the School Breakfast Program in qualifying schools.

Applications for free and reduced-price meals should be completed online and submitted as soon as possible at the beginning of the new school year.

These applications may also be completed and submitted at campus locations.

Families are encouraged to use the school district’s prepayment options for meals, including an online payment option. Cashiers accept cash or checks on site, but families may also use a credit or debit card to pay for meals online, or pay by using a traditional checking account.

To access the online payment system or submit applications, please visit the district’s Child Nutrition Services website at and follow payment directions.

For details, call 713-251-1150. Director Chris Kamradt leads the Child Nutrition Services Department. The department, with about 380 employees, is one of SBISD’s largest. It operates under the National School Lunch and Breakfast Program with policies and direction from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Texas Department of Agriculture.

Spring Branch ISD Media Contact: Steve Brunsman, 713-251-2465

For details, please call Child Nutrition Services at 713-251-1150, or visit their website.



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