Child Nutrition

All BISD Students to Receive FREE Breakfast and Lunch This School Year - No Application Needed

All students at every campus in Brazosport ISD will receive FREE breakfast and lunch every day for the 2024-2025 school year, thanks to the Community Eligibility Program (CEP).Free Meals in BISD

BISD’s Child Nutrition applied and was granted this opportunity for all students regardless of campus or the student’s meal status throughout the 2024-2025 school year. BISD’s Child Nutrition Department will begin serving free meals to students when they return to school on Wednesday, August 14. Applications for Free and Reduced Meals are no longer required for the 2024-2025 school year.

This program will not change the menu or portion size for each student. Student meal accounts will not be charged. A la carte options will continue to be available for purchase through SchoolCafe.

We are very thankful for the CEP for providing meals to all of our students at no charge and eliminating the need for meal applications. This reduces burdens for both families and school staff, while also helping to ensure that students receive nutritious meals.

For additional information please contact:

Stephanie Perez, Student Eligibility Specialist
Brazosport ISD Child Nutrition Services
202 Lake View Dr.
Clute, TX 77531


Brazosport ISD Child Nutrition Services will be a leading part of educating all students by promoting nutritious meals and inspiring healthy choices.

The mission of Brazosport ISD Child Nutrition Services is providing quality meals to feed the mind and body of all students in a safe and caring family environment.

Happy Birthday to You!Birthday Deliveries

To assist you in celebrating your child's big day...BISD Child Nutrition offers intra-district birthday deliveries. You place the order online and we take care of the rest! Click HERE for more information. 

Birthday Order Form

Order Instructions: 

  • Log into account

  • Select 'Elementary’

  • Select child's school

  • Select ‘Birthday Party Treats’

  • Fill out form in its entirety and pay 


Our office will receive a notification and then pass along the information to our Child Nutrition manager.


What's for lunch?

Menus and Payments  Menus and Payment

Child Nutrition Team

Amy Anderson, SNS
Director of Child Nutrition
[email protected]
979-730-7110 x2
Lisa Mitchell, RD, LD
Assistant Director, Registered Dietitian
[email protected]
979-730-7110 x4

Rhonda Potts
Financial Analyst
[email protected]
979-730-7110 x3

Jennifer Gardner
Accountability and Compliance Coordinator
[email protected]
979-730-7110 x5

Stephanie Perez
Free and Reduced Specialist
[email protected]
979-730-7110 x1

Michelle Nava
Quality and Training Specialist
[email protected]

Jay Collins
Catering Chef
[email protected]

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