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FBISD Announces Breakfast/Lunch Cost Increases for 2022-23 School Year

(FORT BEND ISD) – At the conclusion of the 2021-22 school year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture waiver that allowed all students to receive free meals expired, and beginning in the 2022-23 school year, breakfast and lunch meals will once again be available for purchase for both students and adults.

Student meal prices have increased by $0.75 for breakfast and $0.25 for lunch due to the increased cost of production and continuing supply chain issues.


Meal prices will be as follows:


  • Student Breakfast - $2.00

  • Elementary Lunch - $2.75

  • Secondary Lunch - $3.00

  • Adult Breakfast - $2.50

  • Adult Lunch - $4.25


All Fort Bend ISD families are encouraged to complete the Free and Reduced-Price Meal application, which opens on Aug. 1. It can be completed at www.schoolcafe.com/fbisd. Families must complete an application for each school year.


Students enrolled at FBISD campuses that are listed under the USDA’s Community Eligibility Provision will continue to receive breakfast and lunch meals available free of charge. The following campuses are designated CEP and are listed alphabetically:


  • Armstrong Elementary

  • Blue Ridge Elementary

  • Briargate Elementary

  • Burton Elementary

  • E. A. Jones Elementary

  • Ferndell Henry Learning Center

  • Fleming Elementary

  • Glover Elementary

  • Goodman Elementary

  • Heritage Rose Elementary

  • Hodges Bend Middle School

  • Holley Elementary

  • Hunters Glen Elementary

  • Jordan Elementary

  • Lake Olympia Middle School

  • Lantern Lane Elementary

  • Marshall High School

  • McAuliffe Middle School

  • Mission Bend Elementary

  • Mission Glen Elementary Mission West Elementary

  • Missouri City Middle School

  • Parks Elementary

  • Ridgegate Elementary

  • Ridgemont Early Literacy Center

  • Ridgemont Elementary

  • Townewest Elementary

  • Willowridge High School

Please note that completing the Free and Reduced-Price Meal application may result in additional benefits for students and families, including reduced fees and tuition for Extended Learning programs, Career and Technical Education courses, and athletics programs. Visit the FBISD Child Nutrition webpage to learn about additional benefits.


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