Child Nutrition Services
Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits
Your household may be eligible to receive Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to buy food. P-EBT is for children 5-18 years old who received SNAP food benefits for the month of March 2020 and children up to 21 years old who are certified for free or reduced-price meals at school in Texas during the 2019-20 school year. Children that attend a school that offers free meals to all students (Community Eligibility Provision or Provision 2) are also eligible. Visit this page for more information.
Welcome to the GPISD Child Nutrition department. Grand Prairie ISD currently partners with Southwest Foodservice Excellence, LLC (SFE) to provide a variety of nutritious meals to all enrolled students. SFE enhances GPISD students' quality of life through fresh and wholesome food and a strong focus on nutrition.
Can't find the information you need on our website? Please call the GPISD Child Nutrition office at (972) 343-4410 or email us at Child.Nutrition@gpisd.org
- Family Service Center
- Domenik Peterson
- Lawrence Netterville
- Brooke Roberson
- Nicole Pannell
- Cindy Moreno
- Stacey Setzer
- Livija Wells, RDN, LD
- Mark Younggren
- Chad Loney
- Amanda Martinez
- Raquel Loya
- Kathy Hanna
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