Student Nutrition Department
To contribute to the well-being of every student by providing nutritious, appealing meals in order for each student to learn and perform at the highest level.
The Red Oak ISD School Nutrition Department participates in the National School Lunch Program, and the School Breakfast Program. Our team of food and nutrition professionals are dedicated to providing quality meals to students, staff, and visitors, and support learning by promoting healthy habits for lifelong nutrition and fitness practices.
Meals, snacks, and beverages sold or served at Elementary and ROMS meets the requirements of the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act and the Smart Snacks in School policy. We encourage students to make healthy meal choices by providing access to a variety of healthy menu options, and daily choices of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Monthly menus can be found at Student Nutrition Menus.
School Lunches for 2021-2022
ATTN: ALL REIMBURSABLE MEALS WILL BE FREE FOR ALL STUDENTS IN THE 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR!! PARENTS MAY PUT FUNDS ON THEIR STUDENTS ACCOUNT FOR SNACKS AND À LA CARTE PURCHASES.
Red Oak ISD Student Nutrition Department offers a way to put money in your child's lunch account. Online deposits may be made through mySchoolBucks. Parents are able to register for an account and view information for free. Parents are also able to view account balances or recent purchases in the school cafeteria, add money to their child's account, and setup low balance alerts through this award-winning, parent friendly system.
Cafeterias & Student Nutrition
If allowed and deemed safe for students, cafeterias will be open to serve breakfast and lunch daily. The physical setup for the cafeteria and the schedule will be adjusted to reduce the number of students in the cafeteria at one time. Each campus cafeteria space will be evaluated to ensure social distancing. Some students will be eating in the cafeteria, spaced according to the recommended guidelines, and other students may eat in the classroom if necessary. All school meals will be served by employees, meaning student self-serve tables will not be used.
To minimize possible outside exposure and to allow for adequate physical distancing for students during meal times, school protocols include no food/gift deliveries will be accepted and non-essential visitors will not be allowed on campuses or in cafeterias.
- ROISD Student Nutritional Staff shall use gloves when performing job responsibilities and are trained to practice health and hygiene regulations
- ROISD cafeterias will be cleaned and disinfected daily
- ROISD serving and eating areas are cleaned between uses
- Mobile lunch distribution stations may be used as needed at designated campuses to minimize cafeteria lines, increase the speed of service and enhance social distancing
- Students must properly wear ID at breakfast and lunch to ensure efficient scanning of ID for payment and minimize touching of ID by multiple staff
- Students must follow social distancing signage displayed on the walls and floor markers
- Students may be directed to eat in various locations throughout the building, including classrooms, to maximize social distancing
- Payments may be made by students or parents in advance by mail, in the cafeteria serving line, or by using the My School Bucks online payment system
- Parents who pack a lunch for their student should pack items that are easily opened by the student to avoid the handling of their food by others
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Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
109 W. Red Oak Road
Red Oak, Texas 75154
972-617-2941 ext. 4094
Fax # 972-617-4326