• Supply Chain Issues!

    The food industry supply chain is suffering major delays and shortages across the country. We are a part of the same distribution system and apologize in advance if a posted menu varies at your student's site. Willis ISD Child Nutrition is still dedicated to ensuring your student has plenty of options to choose from that are delicious & nutritious. Thank you for your patience & understanding during this time! 

     

     


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    Although lunches are free for all students this year, the data collection form sent home will determine the funding we obtain next year, as we have to turn in those counts regardless. Please help us by filling out the form, even if you don't think it applies to you. Here is a graphic that explains what educational areas the income data impacts, and a video link to show you how to fill out the form. The form is only available in paper from your campus. Thank you!

    https://youtu.be/zez0Sm12lKo

     

    Here are the links to download & print the forms, if needed:

    English Income Survey Form

    Spanish Income Survey Form


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