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The Texas Department of Agriculture's (TDA) annual You ART What You Eat art competition deadline for 2018 is quickly approaching. Encourage you student to be creative and get involved in this year's campaign to promote healthy school meals. There is still time to enter, so tell all artistic young Texas to submit their entries before 5 p.m. April 20, 2018.
 
The winners' artwork will inspire designs used in posters, social media ads and other materials that TDA makes available to all Texas schools celebrating National School Lunch Week and School Breakfast Week. 
 
To enter the contest, students should submit their artwork illustrating one or both of the following themes:
  • Level Up with a Healthy School Lunch - National School Lunch Week, October 2018
  • Level Up with a Healthy School Breakfast  - School Breakfast Week, March 2019
Complete details are available at www.squaremeals.org/artcontest.
 
Thank you for your ongoing partnership and for joining us in encouraging students to eat right and exercise their artistic talents.
 
Sincerely,
 
 
Texas Department of Agriculture
Food & Nutrition

Tiger Plate

 

April 2018

 

Spring Break and Easter have come and gone. Now the countdown has begun for the end of the school year. 

 

Our students have started taking STAAR and EOC tests.  Good Luck to all students.

 

We will be serving some new dishes this month.  We encourage all students to try new foods.  We hope they will enjoy the new dishes.

 

Reminder:  When sending a lunch with your child, make sure they have a drink.  If they need a milk from the cafeteria, please make sure there is money on their account or send money with them.

 

We continue to send out letters informing you if your child owe on their cafeteria accounts.  After 5 days of charging, the student will receive an alternative sack lunch.

Please use myschoolbucks.com to receive low balance alerts on your child’s account.

 

We are starting to send out low balance letters to parents.  This is to inform you that your child is running low on funds.  We hope this practice will help keep your students from having a negative balance.

 

Student Meal Prices:

Reduced:

Breakfast .....................$0.30

Lunch ..........................$0.40

Paid:

Breakfast .....................$1.00

Lunch .........................$2.20 (for PK-6th grade)

......................... $2.30 (for 7th-12th grade)

 

 

A La Carte Menu:

Milk …………………………………………..$0.40

Small water bottle  ………...……………….$0.75

Large water bottle  ………...……………….$1.00




Goliad ISD Child Nutrition Staff

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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.