• Child Nutrition Department
    218 N. Ridgeway Dr. Cleburne, TX 76033 
    817-202-1123

     


     

    Remote Learning Meal Pickup Guide


    Students opting for the remote learning option with Cleburne ISD will have the opportunity to pick up breakfast and lunch meals daily.

    The menu is posted on the Child Nutrition website however there is one important modification for the pickup option.  The only entrée available for pickup will be the first one listed on that date. 

     

    The parent/guardian may pick up a meal without the child present but must be prepared to present proof that the child is in their household and enrolled at CISD. (Examples of acceptable proof are, a Letter of Enrollment from Cleburne ISD, a report card, a student ID, etc.)

    Meals must be tied to an individual student as meals will be charged to the student’s cafeteria meal account according to their approved meal eligibility.

    Students who are approved for free meals will not pay for meals and students who qualify for reduced meals will pay $0.40 for lunch.  Elementary students who pay standard meals costs will pay $2.50 per meal while CHS students will pay $2.75 per meal.

    Again, this program is not the same as the program we normally run in the summer and have run since the close of school back in March due to Covid, only children enrolled in Cleburne ISD as a student are eligible to pick up meals.

    To pick up meals, please go to the following designated area for your campus during remote-learning pickup times. A food service staff member will be assigned to monitor and provide the meals to you.  Please walk-up and provide your child’s Student ID number so we can quickly get you your meals.

     

    Breakfast pickup time will be from 8:00 - 8:15am.  Lunch pickup time will be from 12:15 - 1:00pm.

     

    Adams Elementary – Closest lane to the building at door #13, follow normal traffic flow pattern

    Coleman Elementary – Use the circle driveway off of Featherstone St., enter the drive nearest Westhill

    Dr. (there is a dumpster there) and proceed to door #2 behind the outdoor gazebo

    Cooke Elementary – Use the circle driveway off of Phillips St., you will drive clockwise so your driver

    side is near the building and proceed to door #2

    Gerard Elementary – Pickup at Smith Middle School, see instructions below

    Irving Elementary – Closest lane to the building at door #13, follow normal traffic flow pattern

    Marti Elementary – Closest lane to the building at door #14, follow normal traffic flow pattern

    Santa Fe Elementary – Closest lane to the building at door #13, follow normal traffic flow pattern

    Smith Middle School – Pickup at the cafeteria door #7 which is on the North side of the building and will

    be accessed from Nolan River Rd. 

    Wheat Middle School – Pickup at Cleburne High School, see instructions below

    Cleburne High School – Pickup at the cafeteria double glass doors which is accessed by the circle

    driveway adjacent to the band practice lot at the corner of Harlin Dr. and Nolan River Rd. (across Harlin Dr. from Cleburne Bible Church)

     

    *** For parents with students at multiple campuses, please proceed to the most convenient option for you, as designated above.  There is no need to visit multiple campuses in this case. ***

    Thank you for your continue patience as we work to provide each and every one of our students the best meal in the most efficient manner that we can.  The CISD Child Nutrition Department truly believes that “We are family, serving families.”  If you have any questions please contact the Child Nutrition Department directly at 817-202-1123.


     


    Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) 

     

     

    The Cleburne ISD Irving, Adams, Cooke and Santa Fe Elementary Schools announced today a change to its policy for serving meals to children served under the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program for the 2020-2021 school year. Schools qualifying to operate the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) provide breakfast and lunch to all children at no charge and eliminate the collection of meal applications for free, reduced-price, and paid student meals HOWEVER; these campuses are asking parent to complete a simple income survey in place of a meal application. This new approach reduces burdens for both families and school administrators and helps ensure that students receive nutritious meals.

     

     


     FREE BREAKFAST
      

    Cleburne ISD is pleased to invite your child to have a FREE BREAKFAST every morning in their school cafeteria, between 7:30 and 8:00 am. Every day we will have low sugar cereals, milk, juice, fruit, and buttered toast available. There will also be another free option which changes daily and includes breakfast pizza, scrambled eggs, whole grain cinnamon rolls, oatmeal, sausage biscuits, and breakfast tacos among other items.

     Breakfast food

    Free Breakfast, Every Student, Every School Day

    Please see the Child Nutrition Department Page on the CISD Website to see the daily menu

    For questions call CISD Child Nutrition at 817-202-1123

    Child Nutrition Fax number: 817-202-1467

     

     
     LUNCH PRICES:
    Elementary Schools  $2.50
    Middle Schools         $2.50
    High School              $2.75
         Reduced Meals          $0.40     
     
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