Nutrition Services

Fueling the minds and bodies of our future leaders of tomorrow with nutritious foods, ensuring their career readiness and to provide great customer service to all.

Account Balances and Payments

School Café provides parents and students free access to student account balance and purchase information, as well as the ability to sign up for email alerts, make payments, and place basic restrictions on student accounts. Please Note: There is now a 5% convenience charge that will be collected on all credit card payments made through School Cafe.

Breakfast & Lunch Menus

Meal Prices 2019-2020

Breakfast, Lunch, and Breakfast & Lunch is free for Primary, Elementary, Intermediate and Middle School students.

High School Meal Prices:

  • Breakfast: $1.45
    $7.25 for five; $247.95 for full year
  • Lunch: $2.65
    $13.25 for five; 453.15 for full year
  • Breakfast & Lunch: $4.10
    $20.50 for five; $701.10 for full year

Apply for free and reduced-price meals in School Café.

Meal Charge Policy:

The Stafford Municipal School District Child Nutrition Department will allow students to borrow money up to the value equivalent of 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches which should allow time for the parents to be notified that the child needs money. If a student account exhausts the grace period/charge limit, the student will receive an alternate meal for breakfast consisting of cereal, milk and fruit and lunch alternate meal of a cheese sandwich, fruit and milk until the negative balance is paid. The Stafford MSD Child Nutrition Department does not allow borrowing at any time for the purchase of a la carte items. Borrowed funds are only used for meal purchases. Notification will occur through email and letter until the negative balance is paid.

Contact

Danny McDonald, Director
281-261-9289
dmcdonald@staffordmsd.org

Pat Briones, Fuel Café Manager
(PreK, Grade 1, Middle and High School)
281-261-9273
pbriones@staffordmsd.org

Myrna Garcia, Coordinator
(Grades 2-5)
281-261-9289
mgarcia@staffordmsd.org

Roneshia Oyeduntan, Intermediate School Manager
281-208-6125
eavellaneda@staffordmsd.org

Thelma Garza, Manager Elementary School
281-208-6124
tgarza@staffordmsd.org


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    1400 Independence Avenue, SW
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