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Summer Meals in Aldine ISD



During the school year, many children participate in school meals.  Fortunately, the opportunity to continue to receive meals at school, both breakfast and lunch will occur this summer in Aldine ISD.


Hunger is one of the most severe roadblocks to the learning process.  Lack of nutrition during the summer months may create a cycle for poor performance once school begins again.  Hunger may also make children more prone to illness and other health issues.


Free breakfast and lunch will be offered to all students enrolled in Aldine ISD summer programs and to children 18 years of age or younger in the Aldine community.

School locations are available through the Aldine Child Nutrition Services Department, www.aldineisd.org or www.aldinecafe.com.  Specific starting dates and serving times can be obtained by contacting the school campus.



Aldine ISD Ranks Top 5 for Feeding Students! 



TEXAS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE RECOGNIZES ALDINE ISD FOR SUCCESS IN LOCAL PRODUCTS CHALLENGE  

The Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) and Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller honored the Aldine ISD child nutrition department with a Perfect Peach Award for its achievement in TDA’s 2015 Local Products Challenge.  Participating schools that accepted Commissioner Miller’s challenge and incorporated local ingredients from Texas in at least three meal components – dairy, protein, fruits, vegetables, or grains – earned the Perfect Peach Award.  

Aldine ISD remains committed to serving our students fresh, nutritious and delicious meals at no cost to our students. For more information on the 2015 Local Products Challenge and other TDA initiatives, you can visit their website at: http://www.squaremeals.org/FandNResources/TexasFarmFresh/LocalProductsChallenge.aspx

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