Welcome to Child Nutrition Services
Fort Worth Independent School District is dedicated to student success. To support that mission, Child Nutrition Services' goal is to improve the health and well-being of children by preparing and serving attractive, nutritious meals at a reasonable price.
The CNS mission is to meet or exceed dietary guidelines, provide appropraite, outstanding menu choices and promote nutrition education among our customers - the students.
It’s here!!! FWISD’s Child Nutrition Department’s new Menu App, MealViewer, is up and running for parents and students. Students can view the menu, leave feedback, track nutritionals and view allergens. Menus can be printed and items marked as favorites in order to be reminded when they will be on the menu again!
Parent video: https://vimeo.com/230599182
Meal Service Pick-upMeal Service is available for pick at all sites 7am-11am on Mondays and Thursdays. Parents may pick up meals without students and one of the following forms of identificaton:
- Birth Certificate
- Student ID badge
- Old student report card
- FWISD letter/email listing enrolled student
- Meal application with student listed
- Government benefit letter
The Special Schools will have meal pick up at the following sites:
- 018 Middle Level Learning - PU at 166 South Hi Mount
- 019 Metro Opportunity - PU at 008 Northside HS
- 026 Jo Kelly - PU at 149 North Hi Mount
- 035 Transition Center - PU at 081 Young Womens LA
- 104 Boulevard Heights - PU 166 South Hi Mount
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Child Nutrition Services
Lunch Card Office
601 E. Northside Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76164
Vice President of Operations
Human Resource Manager
Training Manager/Safety Coordinator
Traditional School Year 2020-2021
M to F - 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Summer Hours 2021
M to F - 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM