Welcome to the COCISD Child Nutrition Department
Thank you for visiting us! We are passionate about serving our students healthy, delicious meals to prepare them to learn in the classroom. We offer a wide variety of nutritious breakfasts and lunches to every student each school day. Our district participates in the School Breakfast Program and the National School Lunch Program through the U.S.Department of Agriculture. We believe nutrition is critical to a student's academic achievement!
Healthy living is all about making healthy choices. We’ve provided numerous resources for students, parents and educators to have all the tools for healthy eating and daily exercise. Let us know if we can help you on your journey toward a healthy lifestyle.All COCISD students enjoy free breakfast and lunch through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP)
COCISD offers a free breakfast and a free lunch to all district students at all schools for the 2018-2019 school year through the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP). The district wants to ensure students eat healthy meals so they can focus on learning.
Parents will not be required to submit a free/reduced meal application, but COCISD is asking that families complete the socioeconomic information form because the district receives funding that requires this information. It is important that we continue to collect this information for funding purposes.
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