- Prepackaged “grab and go” meals via curbside or on-campus services at each campus
- All meals will contain required meal components
- Student ID cards/numbers will be needed and will be charged the SY 2020-2021 meal prices. Curbside meals will contain lunch for the current day and breakfast for the following day (breakfast can be declined by indicating so on the order form) and will be charged to the student's account in the same manner as in-school meals would be- free, reduced price, or full price.
- Prepayments through My School Bucks (Link Here) are highly encouraged for a contactless service. Prepayment envelopes are available for cash and checks and can be placed in drop boxes during meal pick up. Payments can also be mailed to the school cafeteria.
- Enrolled students may preorder meals for the week
- Please submit the on-line preorder form for EACH enrolled student:
**Please know that your student can still get a meal, even if they did NOT sign up.**
Thank You! Please revisit our website for updates and menus.
For more information, Please contact the SCUC ISD Child Nutrition staff at 210-945-6045.
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