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Meal Guide


Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are experiencing staff and supply shortages. All menus are subject to change and thank you for your patience as we all work through these difficult times.  


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Elementary & Middle School 
Breakfast Combo Meal
MUST choose 3 items and 1 MUST be a fruit. A "Pick 2" entree, counts as 1 food item. 

Pre-Kindergarten | Elementary | Middle School Students: $1.35
Reduced Students (all grades): $0.30 | Free Students: Free | Adult and/or Visitor: $2.25

Elementary & Middle School Combo Meal
Must choose 3 of the 5 food components (food groups). A fruit, juice, or veggie must be taken. May only choose 1 entrée.  Entrees count as two food components: grain & meat/meat alternative. May choose up to 6 different items. 

Pre-Kindergarten | Elementary Students: $2.75 | Middle School Students: $3.00 
Reduced Students (all grades): $0.40, Free Students: Free | 
Adult and/or Visitor: $4.00

Food Components
fruits icon Fruits Veggies Icon Veggies Grains icon Grains Meat/Meat Alternative Icon Meat /Meal Alternatives Dairy/Milk Icon Dairy/Milk

High School Breakfast Combo Meal
May pick 3-5 different items. Only 1 entree may be taken but is not mandatory. The “Pick 2” entrée counts as 1 item.  Items include ½ cup serving from fruit/veggie, milk, juice, and Nestle bottled water.

High School Student: $3.00 | Reduced Students: $0.30 | Free Students: Free | Adult and/or Visitor: $4.00

High School Lunch Combo Meal 

May pick 3-5 different items. Only 1 entree may be taken but is not mandatory. Items include ½ cup serving from fruit/veggie, milk, juice, and Nestle bottled water.

High School Students: $5.00| Reduced Students: $0.40 | Adult and/or Visitor: $5.00

2021 - 2022 Menus
Menus are subject to change depending on product availability

Click here to view all Northwest ISD lunch and breakfast menus.
NISD school menus are only a click away! Our new interactive web-based or mobile app menus allow parents to easily see all their child’s school menu options. Ingredients and nutritional data are available for all items on our menu. View the menus online at or download the “NutriSlice” app.

Aramark relies on our vendors’ allergy warnings & ingredient listing. We operate a commercial kitchen where ingredient substitutions, recipe revisions & cross-contact with allergens are possible, Aramark can’t guarantee that any food item will be completely free of allergens.  

*If your child has a food allergy, please contact Nikki Nies, District Dietitian - (817) 215-0180 or email

Menu Information
Pre-Kindergarten Menu Northwest ISD Pre-Kindergarten menus must uphold all government regulations set by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and National School Lunch Program (NSLP) regulations.  Pre-Kindergarten regulations ensure menus encourage healthy portion sizes and adequate nutrition.

Our Pre-Kindergarten breakfast menus are the same as the Elementary School breakfast menu.  Pre-Kindergarten lunch menus follow a different meal pattern than the Elementary School lunch menu.

Pre-Kindergarten lunch menus are different from the Elementary School menu.  Pre-Kindergarten lunch menus: 
  • Only offer white milk.
  • Only offer three entrée choices.
  • Don’t allow students to choose their side items.
  • Require all fruits, veggies, and milk listed on the menu must be placed on the child’s tray.

Pre-Kindergarten lunch menus are posted at  To view the menu, go to your child’s school and click on the lunch menu.  The entire Pre-Kindergarten lunch menu is under the “Pre-K” header.

If your child has special dietary needs, please contact
Nikki Nies, District Dietitian - (817) 215-0180 or email 

2021-2022 Parent Letter
 A la carte Menus Elementary School (pdf)
Middle School (pdf)
High School (pdf)

Charging Policy
All Northwest ISD students are allowed to charge up to 5 breakfast and lunch combo meals. Adults and children not enrolled in the district are not allowed to charge.

After the charging limit has been reached, NISD students will receive a courtesy meal. A breakfast courtesy meal includes two pieces of toast with the students’ choice of milk, juice, and/or fruit. 
A lunch courtesy meal includes a sunflower butter & jelly sandwich with the students’ choice of milk, juice, and/or fruit.  Courtesy meals must include fruit and meet combo meals guidelines.

Parents/guardians are responsible for all their child(ren)’s meal account charges. This also applies to all meal charges accrued before getting on the free and reduced program. Go to to apply for free or reduced-price school meals.

At, parents may access their child’s meal online, view payment balances, set up low balance notifications, and apply money using Visa or MasterCard. Online payments are charged a convenience fee per transaction. All online payments take 24 hours to appear on your child’s meal account.

Parents/guardians may place a buying restriction on their child’s meal account. Parents can limit their child’s ability to purchase snacks and/or a la carte items. Please contact our office at 817-215-0007 to place a buying restriction on your child’s account. The restriction will stay on the child’s account until a parent/guardian contacts the NISD Food Service Department to remove the restriction.

If you have any questions, please contact the NISD Food Service Department at 817-215-0007.

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Northwest ISD has kitchens in the following cities Justin, Haslet, Rhome, Newark, Keller, Fort Worth, Trophy Club, and Roanoke. 
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