Round Rock ISD Provides Breakfast and Lunch for Students During School Closures
Round Rock ISD, in collaboration with the Texas Department of Agriculture, is preparing and distributing meals for children under the age of 19 at 13 District locations. Meals are provided Monday through Friday.
Curbside meal pick up is from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Children pick up lunch, as well as, breakfast for the next day. Beginning Friday, April 3, weekend meals for students will be available for pick up from any location during the regularly scheduled distribution time. Weekend meals for students will be available for pickup each Friday.
NEW INFORMATION: As a result of a waiver approved by the U.S Department of Agriculture, children are no longer required to be present to receive a meal. However, as stated by the Texas Department of Agriculture, parents or guardians must provide proof for each child that qualifies for the meal service during each visit as Districts are required to verify the number. Acceptable methods of proof include an official letter or email from the school confirming the child’s enrollment, individual student report cards, attendance records from the parent portal of the school’s website, birth certificate, or student ID cards.
If parents or guardians are unable to provide documentation, the child must be present to receive a meal.
Student meals are distributed at the following locations:
Double Creek Townhomes, 2500 Louis Henna Blvd, Round Rock, from 12 to 1 p.m.
Montelena Apartments, 2501 Louis Henna Blvd, Round Rock, from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Welcome to Round Rock ISD Food Services!
We are proud to serve Round Rock ISD. In conjunction with the district, we strive to help nurture students’ well-being, improve their overall dining experience, and adopt healthy lifestyles by providing nutritious menus, innovative dining environments, and wellness-based education and promotions.
Our Food Service Commitment
Nothing is more important to us than the safety and quality of the food we serve to over 50,000 Round Rock ISD students, administration and faculty.
We serve fresh quality nutritious food that meets USDA guidelines and delivers an enjoyable student dining experience. Menu innovation, procuring quality brand name and locally sourced foods; and operating safe, clean modern kitchens is the core of what we do. Providing all students access to a healthy lifestyle with nutrition education and delicious nutritionally balanced meals is why we do it.
Our two central kitchens batch and scratch make more than half our ingredients. Food is prepared fresh daily in nut free kitchens.
Our goal as the Food Service provider at Round Rock ISD is to offer the best service and quality in all aspects of our business. If there exists an opportunity to improve on our services, we welcome your feedback and would love to hear from you! Leave your feedback.
Round Rock ISD student population is growing, and we are always looking for future Food Service teammates and leaders. Anyone interested in being considered for employment, must complete an online Aramark application.
All applicants must provide an email address, phone number, home address, and background check information. A public library is a great place to access a computer with internet if you don’t have one. In order to work with our fabulous teams, you must maintain a passing federal/state/local criminal search and drug screen profile.
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The Mission of the Round Rock Independent School District Food Services Department is to guarantee high quality food and nutrition programs in every Round Rock school through educational support, resources, and advocacy. National School Lunch Program Meal Pattern
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