Child Nutrition Services
SISD continues to offer free breakfast to all students!
After-school supper program is now available at these participating schools:
Socorro High School, Desert Wind School, Mission Ridge Elementary, Walter Clarke Middle, Ernesto Serna School , Bill Sybert School, Eastlake High School, Campestre Elementary, Socorro Middle School, Escontrias Elementary, Sanchez Middle, Hilley Elementary, Rojas Elementary, Hueco Elementary
Please contact the participating schools for program details.
SISD 2022-2023 online meal application available now
The Socorro Independent School District is committed to offering delicious and nutritious breakfasts and lunches for all students to support their academic success. The SISD Child Nutrition Services department ensures all meals are balanced, meet federal and state standards, and options are provided to offer students the meals they enjoy with the nutrition they need to excel in the classroom.
For the 2022-2023 school year, applications for free and reduced-priced meals in Team SISD will be accepted online at www.sisd.net/mealapplication.
The online application process offers families an easy, quick, and efficient way to complete the form to determine if they qualify for free or reduced-cost meals. For more information or questions about the online meal application, call (915) 937-0450.
Students enrolled at 25 participating Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) campuses will receive all meals for free.
CEP schools include Benito Martinez, Campestre, Rojas, Elfida P. Chavez, Escontrias STEAM Academy, H.D. Hilley, Hueco, Hurshel Antwine, KEYS Elementary, Mission Ridge, Myrtle Cooper, O’Shea Keleher, Purple Heart, Sgt. Jose F. Carrasco, Sierra Vista, and Vista del Sol elementary schools; Desert Wind, Ernesto Serna, Bill Sybert, and Jane A. Hambric K-8 schools; Capt. Walter E. Clarke, Salvador H. Sanchez and Socorro middle schools; KEYS Academy and Options High School.
Students at these schools do not need to fill out the meal application for free and reduced lunch.
Phone (915) 937-0450 - Fax (915) 937-0496
12100 Eastlake Dr., El Paso, TX 79928
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