2017-2018 School Meal MenusDear PfISD community,
We are currently not serving any romaine lettuce products sourced from Yuma, AZ. Any shredded lettuce has been prepared in our district facilities should be no related concerns. We will continue to monitor updates and proactively work to communicate and ensure the safety of our students and learning community.
Our online nutritional calculator tool is not displaying the accurate nutritional information for Fat Free Chocolate Milk. Until this issue is resolved, please use the following carb count for your students when they choose Fat Free Chocolate Milk in the school cafeteria.
Borden (Fat Free Chocolate Milk) 8oz
Total Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 5 mg
Sodium 100 mg
Potassium 390 mg
Total Carbohydrate 19 grams
Sugars 18 grams
Protein 8 gramsWe apologize for the inconvenience this may cause.
ElementaryJoin us for:Baseball Opening Week - Apr. 2 to 6
Discovery Tuesday - Apr. 10
ACE Day - Apr. 24
Middle SchoolJoin us for:FUEL - Apr. 9 to 20 High SchoolJoin us for:FUEL - Apr. 9 to 20PFISD Charge PolicyStudents are allowed to charge reimbursable meals up to $6 for elementary & secondary students before being offered an alternative meal. Alternative meals will be charged to student’s account.Please ensure you student has sufficient funds in their account, or are approved for the USDA National School Lunch (and breakfast) program.Questions? Please contact: PfISD Food Services (512) 594-0430
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