Breakfast and Lunch Prices for the 2016-2017 School Year
Breakfast...is free to all students enrolled in Moody I.S.D.
Reduced Price Lunch (Pk-12th)-$.40
Pre-K through 8th grade regular price-$2.50
9th grade through 12th grade regular price-$2.75
PK through 12th grade reduced price-$.40
After School Snack... N/C
*Elementary-Middle School Charge Policy students may not charge over $10.00. Students who owe charges over $10.00 will receive a sandwich/milk until charges are paid in full.
*High School Charge Policy students may charge two meals. Students who owe charges over the two meal limit will receive a sandwich/milk until charges are paid in full.
Parents are encouraged to use our online payment system to keep up with low balances. For more information regarding pre-payments check out our website at www.moodyisd.org.
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