Food Service Information
|Brenda Moody||Kathy Carpenter|
|Food Service Director/Aramark||Food Service Department Secretary|
|Phone: 361.903.6521||Phone: 361.903.6521|
|Email: firstname.lastname@example.org||Email: email@example.com|
Cafeteria services are provided for all students, and nutritious meals are served daily. The District participates in the National School Lunch Program and offers free and reduced-price meals based on a student’s financial need. For additional information about this program, please contact the Food Service Office at 903-6521 from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Charge Policy: The Tuloso-Midway Food Service Department will follow a charge policy of $ 5.00 per any student enrolled in the district for meals. Once the maximum limit has been reached, an alternate meal of a sandwich and 8 ounces of milk will be offered to the student as a substitute meal. The District requires that the household be the responsible party for maintaining the positive balance on a student’s account. Meal accounts may be managed through https://www.myschoolbucks.com/ for online crediting to the account. If the household does not have Internet access, they may call their student’s Cafeteria for the information.
Managing Your Child’s School Meal Account: Tuloso-Midway ISD is now offering automated prepayments to your child’s meal account via the telephone or internet. Simply dial in or log on and use a credit card or check to fund your child’s meal account. All at your convenience from home, car, office or on the road. Parents will now have easy access to their child’ account balance. Log onto https://www.myschoolbucks.com/. Register your child into the school lunch prepayment system. Make a prepayment to your child’s meal account using either the website or the telephone.
TMISD Point of Sale System: Tuloso-Midway ISD’s new Point of Sale system offers the latest touch screen technology, barcode at the secondary campuses and photo recognition at the elementary campuses. Secondary students now use a student id card to purchase items in their school cafeteria. Elementary students are recognized by school photo/homeroom teacher to purchase items in their school cafeteria.