variety of foods

Our mission is to support the educational process and improve the health and well-being of every student by providing nutritious, wholesome, high quality meals in a friendly, courteous manner.

What's on the Menu!

Nutrition Education

Creating A Grocery List - - Phrases that Help and Hinder
Kohl’s Healthy at Home: Tips to Eat More Fruits and Veggies
Why Dieting Doesn’t Usually Work - TED Talk
Arroz Con Pollo Recipe -
Enjoy A Variety of Foods and Flavors for National Nutrition Month - USDA

Food and Nutrition News from AISD

Bowie culinary students prep food for taste testing

Bowie High School Culinary Students Whip Up New Recipes New dishes will be featured on school cafeteria menus next year

There’s an old saying that goes, “If you can’t stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen.” Well, culinary students ...
New Jones kitchen

Jones Academy’s new kitchen opens Addition funded by the 2019 Bond

Jones Academy of Fine Arts and Dual Language has lots of great spaces – a dance room, piano lab, STEM ...
Food and Nutrition Services job fair April 30

Get your career cooking Food and nutrition services job fair is this Saturday, April 30

If you want to get your career cooking, then the Arlington ISD has the job for you. The food and ...
Amos students test taste lunch menu options

Students Taste Test Food Options for Next Year Help pick the food on school lunch menus

Amos Elementary fourth-grader Parker knows what he likes when it comes to food. “The French fries were too spicy,” Parker ...

Free and Reduced Information

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