Birdville Independent School District’s Child Nutrition Department is committed to ensuring the availability of nutritious and delicious food choices for all students every school day.Our focus, each week, is to meet the Dietary Guidelines for Americans and satisfy the requirements for the National School Breakfast & Lunch Program through high quality food service at a reasonable price.We believe that quality nutrition is a key component to a student’s ability to learn, and it is our goal to provide it!
Studies show that good eating habits support student performance in school. Children who eat healthy meals (breakfasts and lunches) score higher on tests, have better attendance, make fewer trips to school nurses, and have fewer disciplinary problems. School meals play a critical role, as they provide students with the healthiest, lowest-cost, most nutritionally balanced meals available.
Each of our campuses offers a balanced breakfast and lunch, which are available to all students. Monthly calendars are posted on this site with nutritional and allergy information. Feel free to browse our pages for information and a little nutrition education. If you need more information, please feel free to contact our department.
It is truly our pleasure to provide your student with a healthful and balanced meal every day of the school week!
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