Meal Prices for 2021-2022

Breakfast and lunch is provided free to all Diboll ISD students. 
Students must select all of the required items to qualify for free meals. Any individual items selected will be charged at the a la carte price. Please see below for what constitutes a free meal under USDA regulations. 
Components offered daily for lunch: Grains, Meat/Meat Alternate, Vegetable, Fruit, Milk
  • Required to select 3 components for lunch: A student must select 1/2 cup of fruit or vegetable and at least 2 additional components of the student's choice. A student may choose to take all 5 components offered. 
  • Ex: A student selects a cheeseburger basket with fries. The student has selected meat, grain and vegetable. This student's meal would be free.
Components offered daily for breakfast: Grains, Fruit, Milk
  • Required to select 3 food items for breakfast: 1/2 cup of fruit and at least 2 additional food items.
  • Ex: A student selects a Blueberry Muffin and Banana. The student has selected a 2 oz muffin that counts as 2 food items and a fruit. This student's meal would be free.
All Diboll ISD cashiers are trained to encourage students to select all of the required meal components to receive a free meal.
Diboll ISD employee and visitor pricing is $2.50 for breakfast and $4.00 for lunch. This price structure is in effect as of August 20, 2020. Adult meal pricing is set according to USDA Regulations of Paid Lunch Equity. 


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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.