As we begin a new school year, our students’ well-being and success remains the top priority at Lexington ISD. Our commitment includes ensuring your child can access nutritious food at school and other points in our community.
Lexington ISD is now operating the Seamless Summer Option. This federal nutrition program allows us to serve nutritious meals in our community to children 18 and younger and enrolled students with disabilities up to 21 years old at no cost to your family. All Lexington ISD students can receive daily meals whether they are learning in-person or remotely.
Meal Service Information:
-Students learning in-person will be able to receive their meals through their schools’ cafeterias during the school day.
-Students participating in remote learning and community children will be able to receive grab & go meals at the Elementary School.
- Pick-up is at the back parking lot of the elementary school facing the ball fields. Drive up to the cafeteria door, wait in your vehicle, and a staff member will bring out your meals
- Meals will be available Monday-Friday. Each child will receive a hot lunch for that day and a shelf stable breakfast for the next morning.
- Pick-up times will be: Tuesday's from 12:30-1:00
- Meals will be available for any Lexington ISD student who is remote learning and any child 18 and under and enrolled students with disabilities up to 21 years old in our community at no cost to your family.
- Non-enrolled students will need to be in the vehicle picking up meals.
- In order for us to be prepared to serve you, please initially contact Jennifer Dane at: email@example.com or (979)773-2254 ext 3258 if you would like to receive meals.
- If you have any questions, please contact Jennifer Dane at: firstname.lastname@example.org or (979)773-2254 ext 3258.
In addition to school meals, you and your family may be able to access food through community organizations operating programs such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC). These programs can provide additional support during the COVID-19 public health emergency.
For information on school meal programs and other food assistance programs available in Texas, please see the attached Food Programs for Healthy Families information sheet. To determine income eligibility for food programs, visit https://squaremeals.org/PublicResources/WhatProgramsAmIEligibleFor.aspx