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  • Elementary Students – Lunch $2.80, Breakfast $1.50
  • Secondary Students – Lunch $3.05, Breakfast $1.50
  • Reduced – Lunch $0.40, Breakfast $0.30
  • Adults – Lunch $3.85, Breakfast $2.55

Meals include entree, choice of two fruit sides, two vegetables sides and milk.

Cafes also offer snack (a la cart) items for purchase. Items offer differ by school level. If you would like to limit student purchasing on a la cart items please fill out our Student Account.

Free/Reduced Meals
For faster processing, fill out your free and reduced meal application online. It is necessary to reapply each school year.  Only one application per household is required and applications can be submitted at anytime during the school year.

To obtain a paper application, please ask your school office staff.

Student status is always confidential.


Does the menu vary compared to the printed version?
The menu is subject to change. Generally the menu stays the same, however due to a shortage in supply or other reason, there may be a substitution.
May my child have juice instead of milk?
Juice is not an approved substitute for dairy or milk in the USDA meal pattern, however, a student is not required to take a milk and may select juice as a fruit option daily.  Additionally, water is available daily, free of charge.
What if my child has dietary restrictions?
The National School Lunch and Breakfast Programs allow substitutions for students with disabilities as defined under USDA Policy SP 59-2016: Policy Memorandum on Modifications to Accommodate Disabilities in the School Meal Programs. The variety and number of entrees offered in the cafeteria generally meets most dietary needs. If you do not find something on our menus to meet your child’s dietary needs, you will need to complete an allergy request form and provide a doctor’s note to both the school nurse and the cafeteria manager. Please contact our Registered Dietitian at 512-464-8332 for additional assistance.
Are gluten-free options available?
Please contact our Registered Dietitian at 512-464-8332
Does the cafeteria offer meat with Lean Finely-Textured Beef (LFTB) a.k.a. “pink slime”?
No, the Round Rock ISD Food Services Department is committed to only offering the highest quality products to your child.
How are portion sized determined?
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) determines the portions by age so they better meet the food and nutritional needs of children. These portions or serving standards designed to give each child at their age level one-third of their daily nutritional requirement of food. Please add this link:
How is the price of reduced meals and student paid meals determined?
The USDA requires a reduced meal price maximum of $.30 for breakfast and $.40 for lunch. As a part of the Healthy, Hunger-Free Kids Act (HHFK), school districts are required to adjust meal prices by $.10 each year until the student paid price is equal to or greater than the free reimbursement.
What about high fructose corn syrup and sugary items on the menu?
Although currently there are no policies about HFCS in the schools, we only carry a small amount of items in our cafeterias that still contain HFCS. Many of our baked goods and entrees are prepared and cooked in our central kitchens so we can ensure a healthy, high-quality product. Currently, we serve three condiments (ketchup, syrup, and jelly) and three entrees (French Toast Sticks, General Tso’s Chicken and Pancakes) that contain HFCS.

All of our menu items are picked by nutrition specialists to contain more whole grain and protein than the typical cafeteria lunch. We pride ourselves on the quality of the product we produce in our kitchens.

Why is flavored milk offered?
Flavored milk, such as chocolate milk, is offered because experts agree that it is better for children to drink flavored milk than to avoid milk altogether. The nutrients in milk are important for growth and development. All campuses offer skim white and low-fat, reduced sugar chocolate milk.
What beverage substitution is made for students who are lactose intolerant or have milk sensitivity?
Each campus offers 100% fruit juice and water in addition to milk.
Do you offer vegetarian meals?
Yes, every day there is at least one vegetarian entrée option. All vegetarian options appear on the menu in green print.
Do students have to take all food items offered?
Since Round Rock ISD school are a part of the National School Lunch Program and follows the “Offer Vs Serve” meal pattern, students must take three (3) of the five (5) meal components offered, one of which must be a fruit or vegetable.