School Meal Updates for the 2022-23 School Year
Summitt is NOT a campus that receives free breakfast and lunch. The Department of Agriculture pandemic-related waivers that allowed districts to provide free meals for all students expired at the end of the 2021-22 school year.
For the 2022-23 school year, all AISD students will dine at school using their meal status – free, reduced-price, or paid. Students who are not eligible for free or reduced-price meals may purchase healthy, tasty school breakfast and lunch meals at a minimal cost.
Summitt Cafeteria Menus
Cafeteria menus will be sent home monthly with your child, and are located on the AISD website here.
Want mobile menus and meal payments? Use the SchoolCafé website and app to:
- View daily breakfast and lunch menus for our school.
- View nutritional information, ingredients, and allergens for each menu item.
- Make prepayments for additional servings of food or healthy a la carte snacks.
- Set a la carte restrictions.
- Apply for free or reduced-price meals.
Meal Prices for the 2022-2023 School Year
- Breakfast – Paid (All Levels): $1.50
- Breakfast – Reduced Price (All Levels): $0.30
- Breakfast – Adult/Guest: $2.75
- Lunch – Elementary School – Paid: $3.15
- Lunch – Reduced Price (All Levels): $0.40
- Lunch – Adult/Guest: $4.50
How to Receive Free or Reduced Price Meals at Our School
While meals are no longer free for all, students may receive free or reduced-price meals by meeting one of the following criteria:
- Directly certified through state-funded benefits such as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF).
- Directly certified through enrollment in foster care; migrant, homeless, or runaway programs; Head Start, or state-sponsored pre-K programs.
- Determined eligible by completing an AISD free or reduced-price meal benefits application at www.SchoolCafe.com/AustinISD or a paper application, available from the front office.
Food Allergies and Special Diets
Our cafeteria can accommodate food allergies and special dietary needs with a completed Request for Dietary Accommodation Form. Food Service also offers reasonable accommodations within federal guidelines for dietary preference, i.e. milk alternatives, gluten-free bread, and vegan accommodations. Caregivers may submit dietary preference requests in writing to our cafeteria manager, in advance, to allow time to review and order any alternative products.
School Meal Resources
- AISD Meal Programs
- AISD Food Service Initiatives
- Request for Dietary Accommodation Form
- AISD Wellness Policy FFA (Local) (Regulation) – Includes District guidelines surrounding food in the classroom, celebrations involving food, food fundraisers, and rewarding with food.
Help Your Family and Your School with SNAP
Need help buying food for your family? Apply today for the state-funded Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) at www.yourtexasbenefits.com. SNAP not only helps your family, but it also benefits your school. The more students who receive SNAP benefits, the more funds available to schools for education, meal programs, and more. Use this Protecting Immigrant Families guide, “What Should I Know When Enrolling My Children in Public Benefits?” to help answer commonly asked questions about how to make good decisions for your family and their health.
Contact AISD Food Service through Let’s Talk by sending a text to 512-229-9110 or submitting a message online.