Child Nutrition Staff
Amie Carrillo - Director
Rosalinda Lopez - High School | Junior High Cafeteria Manager
Melodie Criado - Elementary Cafeteria Manager
Gloria Saucedo - Primary Cafeteria Manager
Nutrition Facts: Every month the Nutrition Facts for each campus meal will be posted. Keep in mind, it is an average of all the items that we offer. The Healthy, Hunger-Free Act bill took effect in the school year 2012-13. At this time Lytle ISD Child Nutrition serves fresh fruits and vegetables daily and, we are within the USDA guidelines in fats, sodium, sugar, and calories.
Lunch Charging Policy: Students are allowed to charge a maximum of 3 days (full paid $8.55 for Junior High and High School, $7.80 for Elementary and Primary and $1.20 for all reduced students.) An alternate meal will be served until the balance is paid. Alternate meals consist of a sandwich and milk. Free and Reduced Lunch Applications are available at Food Service Department Office. Only lunch meals can be charged to the student's account.
Lytle ISD Summer Food Program
Come join us at Lytle High School Cafeteria or Elementary Cafeteria for Breakfast and Lunch starting May 26 to June 30, 2023, Monday-Friday. All Children 1 Year to 18 Years Eat FREE.
Parent Digital Resources
Child Nutrition Civil Rights
Complaint Procedures and Complaint Form
Free and Reduced Lunch Program
Find the online application, instructions, and parent letter here.
Use this easy, convenient and secure way to pay for school meals and other school fees.
Texas Senate Bill 376 Universal Breakfast
SB 376 was passed by the 83rd Texas Legislature in 2015 and requires public and charter school campuses in which 80 percent or more of the students qualify for free or reduced-price meals to provide breakfast at no charge to all students OR submit a waiver annually to opt out of the requirement. Click to read more.
Nutrition Information For Breakfast and Lunch
MyPlate Guide to School Breakfast and Lunch
Smart Snacks in School - All Foods Sold in School Standards
USDA recently publisheed practical, science-based nutrtion standards for snack foods and beverages sold to children at school during the schol day. The standards, required by the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act of 2010, will allow schools to offer healthier snack foods to children, while limiting junk food.
National School Lunch Program Free and Reduced-Price Meal Eligibility
USDA National School Meal Programs
The Food and Nutrition Service administers several programs that provide healthy food to children including the National School Lunch Program, School Breakfast Program, Child and Adult Care Food Program, Summer Food Service Program, Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program, and Special Milk Program. Administered by state agencies, each of these programs helps fight hunger and obesity by reimbursing organizations such as schools, child care centers, and after-school programs for providing healthy meals to children.
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