Grand Prairie Child Nutrition Services
Putting Child Nutrition First”


Grand Prairie ISD currently partners with Southwest Foodservice Excellence, LLC (SFE) to provide a variety of nutritious meals to all enrolled students.

Our menus are based on the Healthy Hunger Free Kids Act of 2010 meal planning guidelines. In order to comply with USDA's National School Lunch Program regulations, all school meals include items from certain major food groups:

  • Meats/Meat Alternates
  • Grains
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits/100% Juices
  • Fat Free Fluid Milk

Facts about GPISD Child Nutrition Services

We serve:

  • 38 campuses
  • 19,500 lunches and 14,000 breakfasts each day throughout our district at 38 campuses
  • 74% of our students are eligible to participate in free or reduced meal programs

 2015-2016 Breakfast and lunch prices are outlined in the table below:


Elementary Students

Middle Schools Students

High Schools Students

Adult/ Child Visitors











District policy is that we do not deny a hot meal to any child.  In the event the child does not have the funds available, district policy is to charge the meal to the account.  Notifications will be sent home with the student about the negative charges.  GPISD does not offer alternative meals as we want to ensure each and every child receives a balanced, nutritious, healthy meal.  

Finally, our catering department, headed by our executive chef, is available for events of all sizes and budgets. From continental breakfast meeting fare to customized dinner parties, SFE will exceed your culinary expectations with our superior quality and customer service. Remember, all catering income is returned to District funds in order to support our schools; for kitchen improvement; and for providing nutrition education programs.

At Southwest Foodservice Excellence in Grand Prairie, we put child nutrition first! 

GPISD Child Nutrition Office
514 Skyline Road
Grand Prairie, TX 75051
Phone: 972-343-4410

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