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Prosper Independent School District

Our district partners with ARAMARK, a foodservices management company, to bring our students and parents the quality programs they desire. Throughout this website you can learn more about the various programs in place throughout the district including:

  • Dining Environments: full-scale brands that create a complete dining experience - from menus to food packaging to colorful graphics - targeting the various needs of our elementary, middle and high school students
  • Nutrition and Wellness Programs: comprehensive programs designed to reinforce the basics of maintaining a healthy lifestyle through proper nutrition, choosing the right foods and physical activities
  • Meal Offerings: breakfast, lunch, after-school snacks, sack lunches for field trips, catering, and more, are provided at each building as needed and determined by the district
  • Promotions and Specials: special monthly thematic food - featuring nutritious meal offerings - to build student excitement.

Please take a look around your school building's web site by selecting it from the drop-down menu above to learn the full scope of what your district offers the school community.

The Prosper ISD Child Nutrition Department is seeking your feedback!  Please click the link below to answer questions in this short survey.  We look forward to your response, and we value your opinion! The survey is open from January 10-January 14. 

Prosper ISD Child Nutrition Survey 

Meal Prices
  • Elementary Breakfast $1.00
  • Secondary Breakfast $1.00
  • Reduced Student Breakfast $0.30
  • Elementary Lunch $2.00
  • Secondary Lunch $2.25
  • Reduced Student Lunch $0.40
  • Adult and Visitor Lunch is $3.25
  • Parents may set limits on their student's meal account by contacting the Child Nutrition Department at 469-219-2098.  

    What the meal pricing includes:
  • Breakfast: Minimum of 2 items or maximum of 4 items.
  • Lunch: One entree, up to three sides, and a milk choice.  A minimum of 3 items or maximum of 5 items must be chosen for a complete lunch meal.
  • Milk variety and fresh fruit are offered with all meals.  Prosper ISD serves white milk in 1% and skim and 1% chocolate milk.
  • Any less than the minimum or more than the maximum items will result in a la carte pricing.

A la Carte Pricing:

A student may be told by the cashiers that it would be "cheaper" for them to select another side item due to the fact that students are encouraged to have one reimbursable entre as well as a minimum of two side items (total of 3 items) on the National School Lunch Program. If a student was to select a hamburger and milk the total a la carte price would be ($2.00 + $0.50) $2.50 a la carte. The cashier will then encourage the student to select at least one more additional reimbursable side item to establish a reimbursable meal.

Child Nutrition employees are required by USDA to encourage students to receive a reimbursable meal. That same student could have a hamburger, salad, green beans, fresh apple and a carton of milk for $2.00 or $2.25 (one entre plus 3 other items and milk) and the meal would be reimbursable. This is where the meal would be "cheaper" since the student could receive a full meal for $2.00or $2.25 rather than a hamburger and milk for a la carte.

All parents can monitor their student's lunch accounts online as well as place a flag on the account if they wish to restrict certain types of purchases.


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